HTML Page Title <title> Element
<html> <head> <title>Page Title</title>...
The title of a webpage is made by placing text within opening
<title> and closing
</title> tags. This is typically displayed near the top of the browser window, often in a tab. In Safari 12,
<title> is employed as the default text when a page is bookmarked and I imagine this is probably the same or similar in other browsers. Title isn't the same thing as the main heading, but often whatever I'm putting in my
<h1> I'm also putting in my
<title> -- or something similar. Page titles like to go in the metadata
<head> element -- not <header>.
HTML tags within the
<title> element will probably be ignored. To get tags to just appear in the title, like on this page, use entity names/numbers for the opening
< and closing
<title>Page Title <title> Element</title>