The <head> tag in HTML is used to define the head portion of the document which contains information related to the document.
The <head> tag contains other head elements such as <title>, <meta>, <link>, <style> <link> etc.
In HTML 4.01 the <head> element was mandatory but in HTML5, the <head> element can be omitted.
Tag Specific Attributes:
The below-mentioned layout-attributes of the <hr> tag have been removed from HTML5.
|profile||URL||It is used to specify the URL to a document which contains one or more meta data profiles for browsers to clearly understand the information.|
- Apple Safari 1+
- Google Chrome 1+
- Firefox 1+
- Opera 2.1+
- Internet Explorer 2+
<head> <title>Title of the document</title> </head>
Below program illustrates the <head> element:
2. Using style tag inside head tag.
3. Using link tag inside head tag.
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