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The HTML title element provides a title for the entire document.
The presence of this element in the head section of the document (HTML head element) is mandatory and its properness crucial. Every well designed page must have a title that correctly describes the content of the document in just a few words.
Authors should consider that pages are usually viewed out of context (i.e., fetched as result of a search engine query) for which the titile should be descriptive by itself. For example, in a website about the problematic of drugs, an article with the title "The impact of drugs in modern society" is fully descriptive, while "Modern society" is not (is only descriptive in the context o the website).
Specifies the language of an element's content. The default value in "unknown".
When writing XHTML 1.0 documents, the attribute used to specify the language of an elements is "xml:lang". For forward and backward compatibility both attributes can be used simultaneously like in the example below. Note, that in XHTML 1.1 the "lang" attribute has been completely replaced by "xml:lang" and its use is no longer valid.
This attribute indicates the direction in which the texts of the element must be read. This includes content, attribute values and tables. It has two possible values that are case-insensitive:
This element doesn't support events.
See a complete list and information about events in HTML
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