Last Updated on 21 October 2020
<head> tag is a part of HTML document that executed by the web browser but doesn’t display directly to the web page. In general, we use the
HTML Head Element
To use the
<head> element, we frequently use the following tags.
<title>: To define the title of the web page.
<meta>: To define the basic meta information of the website like page description, keywords, author and viewport.
<link>: To link with the current or external resources. It’s also a way to include external CSS stylesheet.
<style>: To include the inline CSS code for website layout.
<base>: To change the default base web address to specific one on all the links of current page.