Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML)

Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) – The term markup refers to a text document, which is displayed by Text processing. The markup was developed in the year 1980 and used in creating documents for display on computers dependably by using hardware and operating systems is also known as Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML).  HTML can be assisted by some technologies such as Cascading Style Sheets (CSS), and scripting languages like JavaScript.

HTML is linked with SGML that follows the SGML format and allows to write the same information in different ways. Through this way, it is possible to incorporate sounds, video, graphics, and texts in one document that is a web page.

The documents created by HTML can be displayed by the web browser and provide links to other resources by using hyperlinks. It also allows and supports the work with other Internet Protocols such as HTTP (Hyper Text Transfer Protocol), WAIS, Gopher, FTP, and many more on the web

HTML is mainly depending on two concepts

  1. Hyper Text – It is a process to create a link between information within the same document or with other documents.
  2. Markup Language – It is used for different tags that show the way of displaying documents. These tags are the part of HTML

HTML is a powerful language and easy to use. The simplicity of HTML makes it popular to create the web pages. Web pages can be linked together just by clicking on the hyperlink. The capability of HTML is to incorporate multimedia files in a document.

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