HTML5 heading, paragraph, seo details – HTML5 Beginner’s tutorial in Hindi/englist

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What is the HTML head?
The head of an HTML document is the part that is not displayed in the web browser when the page is loaded. It contains information such as the page title, links to CSS if you want to style your HTML content with CSS, links to custom favicons, and other metadata data about the HTML, such as who wrote it, and important keywords that describe the document. In this article we’ll cover all the above things and more, to give you a good basis for dealing with markup and other code that should live in your head.

The HTML head is the contents of the head element — unlike the contents of the body element which are displayed on the page when loaded in a browser, the head’s content is not displayed on the page. Instead, the head’s job is to contain metadata about the document. In the above example, the head is quite small:

In larger pages however, the head can get quite full of items — try going to some of your favorite websites and using the developer tools to check out their head contents. Our aim here is not to show you how to use everything that can possibly be put in the head, but rather to teach you how to use the most obvious things you’ll want to include in the head, and give you some familiarity. Let’s get started.

Adding a title
We’ve already seen the title element in action — this can be used to add a title to the document. This however can get confused with the h1 element, which is used to add a top level heading to your body content — this is also sometimes referred to as the page title. But they are different things!

The h1 element appears on the page when loaded in the browser — generally this should be used once per page, to mark up the title of your page content the story title, or news headline, or whatever is appropriate to your usage.
The title element is metadata that represents the title of the overall HTML document

That marks the end of our quickfire tour of the HTML head — there’s a lot more you can do in here, but an exhaustive tour would be boring and confusing at this stage, and we just wanted to give you an idea of the most common things you’ll find in there for now! In the next article we’ll be looking at HTML text fundamentals.


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