The <title></title> element defines the title of the document. The title usually displays within the browser window's title bar or on a status line. With most browsers it becomes the default name if the page is bookmarked.
<title> Web Browser Support:
<title> End Tag:
Plain text. The following tags are valid within the <title> tag:
<title> Valid Context:
The <title> tag is valid within the following tags:
- Standard title
<head> <title>A Descriptive Title</title> </head>
<title> Special Notes:
- A descriptive title will improve any page you create, it is usually the first thing a reader sees about the page, so it should be short but clear.
- Search engines use the title as the link.
- Most browsers use the title for the default name on the bookmarks, so you want your title to make sense out of context.
- Common style uses the title as the main headline of the page as well.