TITLE - Document title
|May occur in:
Each document must have exactly one TITLE element. This element provides
the title of the document. It is usually displayed at the top
of the browser's window, but also used to label a bookmark entry for
the document and as a caption in search engine results.
It may only contain text and entities, but no markup.
- Make sure the TITLE tag is also useful out of context. It should
still be understandable when it is used as label in a bookmarks file.
- Although it is legal to use entities inside TITLE, not all
browsers are able to handle these properly. It is recommended that
you restrict yourself to the characters
32-126 decimal from ISO Latin 1.
- Netscape 1.x had a bug with respect to titles. When more than one
TITLE tag was used in the HEAD, it would display them in a sequence,
causing a "marquee" effect. This bug has been fixed in later versions.
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