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HTML DOCUMENT STRUCTURE & THE HEADER SECTION
ALL HTML DOCUMENTS MUST HAVE THE FOLLOWING STRUCTURE:
<HTML> <== this is a "Tag"
<HEAD> <== this is the "Header Tag"
</HEAD> <== this is the "Closing Header Tag"
<BODY> <== this is the "Body Tag"
</BODY> <== this is the "Closing Body Tag"
THE HEADER SECTION <HEAD> </HEAD>
TITLE <TITLE> </TITLE>You can put the title of the webpage in the header section <HEAD>...</HEAD>. This will be displayed in the title bar of the browser window. This title will also be used when you create a bookmark (or favorite place). It's not necessary to define a title because if you don't most browsers will just show the URL (address) in the title bar and as the title for the bookmark.
note: If you don't define a title, Netscape Communicator will make a bookmark with no title instead of the URL.
META TAGS <META>Meta Tags are mainly used for search engines that send "BOTS" or "SPIDERS" out to visit your website. Some of them will make a database of all the words on your page, others will look for the information in the Meta Tags.
<meta content="A Basic HTML Tutorial to get you started creating Web pages.">
I know there are more that you can use but I'm not sure what they are.
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