All HTML users are familiar with the HTML
<head> tag. They use this tag at the very beginning of the HTML document. This tutorial will teach you about HTML
What Is HTML
<head> tag in HTML is a container for metadata (information about the document, such as its title, scripts, and style sheets) that is not directly related to the page's content. The
<head> element is placed within the
<html> tag and should come before the
Here is an example of the basic structure of an HTML document, including the
<html> <head> <title>Website Title</title> <link rel="stylesheet" href="app.css"> </head> <body> <!-- main content goes here --> </body> </html>
In the above example, the
<head> tag contains a
<title> tag, which specifies the title of the document, and a
<link> tag, which links to an external stylesheet.
<head> tag can also contain other metadata, such as scripts, meta tags, and link tags. For example, you can use the
<meta> tag to specify metadata about the document, such as the author, description, or keywords.
It's important to note that the
<head> tag should only contain information about the document, not the actual content to be displayed to the user. The document's main content should be placed within the