HTML (Hypertext Markup Language)
By Michael Moncur (November 16, 2004)HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the W3C standard language for defining the content of Web documents. HTML tags define sections of the document as well as content components like paragraphs, headings, and list items. The following is a minimal example of an HTML document:
HTML is designed to define the content of a document, not its appearance. CSS allows you to define the appearance of Web documents.
The above is also an example of XHTML, a strict variation of HTML that has replaced the HTML standard.
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