@sant513 @ciellyberry @radu_moon no need to be concerned. The correct format for a document is:
<! DOCTYPE html>
For title and links to scripts etc.
For content of the site e.g divs
If your code is laid out in any other way a browser isn’t guaranteed to display it correctly.
Browsers create DOMs (document object models) from your code, and if your code has tags outside of body or head this can mess up the model and create some weirdly rendered results.
However browsers assume users might do things a bit wrong, so if you have tags outside the body tag they might assume you should have put it in the body tags and process it as if you had done so. But the important thing is every browser does this differently, so if you’re format isn’t correct it could look different on every single browser. To guarantee your HTML is processed the same on every browser you should put tags you want displayed inside the