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So far, you've declared to the browser the type of document it can expect (an HTML document) and added the HTML element (<html>) that will contain the rest of your code. Let's also give the browser some information about the page. We can do this by adding a <head> element.

The <head> element will contain information about the page that isn't displayed directly on the actual web page (you'll see an example in the next exercise).

<!DOCTYPE html> <html> <head> </head> </html>
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