Filename extension used to indicate HyperText Markup Language. (The "htm" is used where 3 letter suffixes are required.)
HYPER TEXT MARKUP LANGUAGE used for Web pages (Netscape)
file extension for an HTML file (a web page)
Hyper Text Markup file (HTM page).
The language that web pages are written in, standing for HyperText Markup Language. See 'page group'.
A file type designator. Most commonly used in Microsoft Windows computers to indicate that the file contains HTML content.
L- Hypertext Markup Language. An encoding format for linking and identifying electronic documents and used to deliver information on the World Wide Web. May be superceded by XML in the future.
The extension used on a file that is coded using HTML.
HTML (file name extensions)
the TLE for files in HTML format, which are commonly web pages, also html. See url, URL.
htm is sometimes used as a short form of the file name suffix for an HTML file.