Remember that an HTML document is split into the head and the body.
This page looks at the head - which is generally data that the user cannot see when they use the web page.
This is not the same as the main heading!
This tag changes the name of the web page - you can see the title on the tab at the top of the web browser.
This is one of the only head tags that the user will be able to see.
Metadata is information about the web page itself.
This commonly includes data about the author, the page's contents and any keywords.
Metadata will not appear on the actual web page.
Now you have added a page title and metadata.
Next, you can add different pages to your website.
The meta tag is made up of a name and content.
Author represents who created the web page, keywords are commonly used words and description is used for displaying search engine results (such as a Google search).