HEAD - document head
The basic structure of an HTML document
consists of a head and a body.
It is not necessary to explicitly enclose the head into a HEAD
Using an explicit HEAD element does not affect the document rendering.
Both the start and end tags can be omitted.
The HTML element, which can be either implicit or explicit.
Only one HEAD element is allowed in a document, and it must
appear before the document body
(which can be implicit or explicit).
Exactly one TITLE element, and optionally
(in any order)
<TITLE>Getting started with Perl</TITLE>
The explicit use of a HEAD element has no other effect than
making it explicit (to the reader of the HTML code)
which part of the document belongs to the
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