Version-//W3C//DTD HTML 4.01//EN
ElementTITLE
Purposedocument title
DescriptionThis element encloses the title of a document. Since the TITLE element occurs inside the document's HEAD element, it is not considered to be part of the displayed content of the document itself. Typically, a browser will display the title of a document on its titlebar. You can have exactly one TITLE in the document. The contents of the TITLE can be any amount of text. For example:
<HEAD>
 <TITLE>
  Hello World Demonstration Document
 </TITLE>
</HEAD>
Start tagRequired <TITLE>
Attributes
NameTypeDefaultComment
dir( ltr | rtl )#IMPLIEDdirection for weak/neutral text
lang NAME #IMPLIEDlanguage code as RFC1766; language code
Content( #PCDATA ) -( SCRIPT | STYLE | META | LINK | OBJECT )
End tagRequired </TITLE>
Referenced in HEAD
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