There are lots of tags and they are all in pairs; there are opening tags and closing tags . The closing tag is always slightly different from the opening tag in that it has a forward slash after the first angled bracket:</ html >. A pair of tags and the content these include are known as an element .
The <html> tag surrounds the entire HTML document. This tag tells the client browser where the document begins and ends.
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The <head> tag delimits the heading of the HTML document. The heading section of the document contains certain heading information for the document. The document’s title, meta information, and, in most cases, document scripts are all contained in the <head> section.
<link rel=“stylesheet” type=“text/css” href=“/.css”>
<title>HTML | Tags</title>
<meta name=“description” content=“tags”>
<meta name=“keywords” content=“html,seo,tags”>
The HTML document’s main visual content is contained within <body> tags. That’s not to say that everything appearing between the <body> tags will be visible, but, like a printed document, this is where the main body of the document is placed and appears.
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