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Chapter 24. Head Elements

The head portion of a document contains information about the document—who wrote it, what its title is, what directory all the relative links relate to, and so on. With the exception of HTMLHeadElement, all the elements in this chapter are child elements of HTMLHeadElement.

You may wonder why I do not include HTMLScriptElement, HTMLStyleElement, and HTMLLinkElement in this chapter. There are two reasons. One of them is that these elements have places in other chapters (scripts in Chapter 31, “Programmable Elements,” styling in Chapter 33, “Styling for HTML Elements.”) The other reason is scripts can also appear in the body of a document, particularly if they actually write to the document.


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