These notes will not repeat what you have already read in Dave Raggett's book, chapter 3 and 12. It is not pleasant to read lots of text on a screen. These notes only stress some important lessons and point to some examples.
While you are in this class and so long as you are serious about being a web designer, make it a habit to "View > Page Source" when you look at pages. That is one good way to learn html and good web design. Usually you will be looking to see how the web page author achieved some effect. Be sure to pay attention to what is between <head> and </head>. There are often special lessons or private treats that web authors have included there.
Click on the other "Comment Notes for this Topic" below for comments about commenting out, meta tags, keywords and titles. Or follow the arrow below to cycle through these comments about using your <head>.
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