lucy24 - 10:06 pm on Jun 1, 2013 (gmt 0)
and the head tag does not need closed?
Please say your original html didn't have something like
(self-closing xhtml format).
The <head> will always be wrapped around something, so it's got a beginning and an end:
Unlike, say, an <img...> or <br> -- or for that matter a <meta> -- which is complete in itself.
Many tags have an implied closing when you open some other tag, but it's a pretty abominable habit to get into-- and the browser may not read your mind as thoroughly as you'd hoped. (For a hilarious illustration of the point, see the ballooning headers on web-pages-that-you-know-what dot com from a few weeks back. Will not work-- i.e. not work-- in all browsers.)