Which are the most commonly occuring pieces of information which are put into the <head> section of an HTML document.


<TITLE> to specify a title for the window head is mandatory and very common. Other common fields are:

<META HTTP-EQUIV ...> to specify character set, etc.

<META HTTP-EQUIV="PICS-Labels" ...> to specify PICS rating info.

<META NAME="GENERATOR" ...> web editor.

<META NAME="keywords" ...> for search engines.

<META NAME="description" ...> for search engines.

<META NAME="author" ...> for search engines.

<META HTTP-EQUIV="Refresh" ...> to specify automatic refresh.

<LINK REL="stylesheet" ,,,> or <STYLE ...> to reference or include style sheets.

<SCRIPT language="JavaScript"> can be both in <HEAD> and <BODY> but neater and easier to hide from old browsers if in the <HEAD>.

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