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HTML5 and CSS3: Visual QuickStart Guide, Seventh Edition by Bruce Hyslop, Elizabeth Castro

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Creating a Title

The HTML foundation code in the previous section had <title></title> as a placeholder until it was time to discuss title further. Now’s the time!

Each HTML page must have a title element. A title should be short, descriptive, and unique to each page Image. In most browsers, the title appears in the title bar of the window (Chrome is one exception) Image. It also appears on the page’s tab in browsers that support tabbed browsing—in other words, all the major browsers released in the past several years. The title also shows in your visitors’ ...

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