Head Element

Head Element

It is the head of the page, and contains all header elements. It is the first element after the opening <html> tag. It contains a title, a description of the page and location for CSS and JavaScript files. The element has an opening <head> tag, the closing </head> tag, and everything in between. It is a container for processing information and metadata for an HTML document.

Usually it contain following elements

<base> element for creating a “base” url for all links on the page.

<object> element for including images, JavaScript objects, Flash animations, MP3 files, QuickTime movies and other objects for a page.

<link> element for linking to an external file, such as a style sheet or JavaScript file.

<style> element for including CSS rules inside the document.

<script> element for including JavaScript or VBScript inside the document.

<meta> element includes information about the document such as keywords and a description, useful mainly for search applications.

A head tag example

<head> <title>Head tag example </title>

<meta name=”Keywords” content=” Head tag, exampleā€¯ />

<meta name=”description” content=” Head tag example” />

<base href=”http://www.vskills.com” />

<link rel=”stylesheet” type=”text/css” href=”style.css” />

<script type=”text/javascript”>

function show_alert()

{ alert(“This is confidential page!”); }


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