|Contents||Exactly one TITLE element, optional BASE and ISINDEX elements, and zero or more SCRIPT, STYLE, META, LINK, or OBJECT elements|
The HEAD element contains header information about the document, such as its title, keywords, description, and style sheet. HEAD is required in all documents, but its start and end tags are always optional. The HEAD element is followed by the BODY in HTML 4.0 Strict and Transitional documents; in HTML 4.0 Frameset documents, the HEAD is followed by a FRAMESET element.
The optional PROFILE attribute of HEAD gives the location of a metadata profile. A profile defines properties that may be used by META and LINK elements within the HEAD. There is no prescribed format for profiles.
- HEAD in W3C HTML 4.0 Recommendation
- HEAD in W3C HTML 3.2 Recommendation
- HEAD in HTML 2.0 Standard
- Metadata at W3C
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