TITLE

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The title of a document is specified by the TITLE element, which must be placed in the document HEAD. Each document must have one (and only one) title, which should identify the document content in a general way. The TITLE is not part of the document text and cannot contain hypertext links or special markup commands--it must be simple text.

TITLE can only appear within the HEAD. TITLE is used by browser to form 'hotlists', window titles, history lists, and other navigational aids. It should be reasonable short (less than 64 characters is strongly recommended), and should identify the current page adequately for a user who has not been reading a complex document from "the top down" to get a sense of what the page is. It does not necessarily reflect the 'bibliographic' title of the work being served.

Examples

<TITLE>Rivest and Neuman. 1989(b)</TITLE>
or
<TITLE>Introduction to MIME types </TITLE>

Examples of inappropriate titles are those which are not meaningful without the related document,

<TITLE>Introduction</TITLE>

or those that are too long,

<TITLE>Remarks on the Quantum-Gravity effects of "Bean
Pole" diversification in Mononucleosis patients in Developing
Countries under Economic Conditions Prevalent during
the Second half of the Twentieth Century, and Related Papers:
a Summary</TITLE>


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