The programming language of the World Wide Web. HTML is the standard for adding tags to a text file so the file is able to be interpreted by a web browser. To see what tagged HTML text looks like, select the View Source feature from the menu in the program you are using to view this document now. You'll see a display of the HTML text used to create this page.
The standard programming language for web documents meant to be accessed by browsers.
The special language used for constructing web pages. It contains commands which instruct web browsers how to display the particular parts of the web page. The standard display can be modified by style sheets.
The document formatting language used by WWW browsers.
HTML is a language for describing the layout and composition of a web site. If you are using Internet Explorer, you can right-click on this page and select "View Source" to see the HTML for this page.
A file format and programming code commonly used with pages located on the world wide web. It is read by web browsers and can be used to embedded graphics, audio, video, and applets. It links to other HTML pages using uniform resource locators ( URLs).
The script language used to create web pages.
This web language has descended from SGML and is used to "mark-up" or identify which parts of an .html or .htm text file to display in which format.
HTML is a language used to create Hypertext documents for use on the Internet. In other words, HTML tells a Web browser how to display text and images.
The document formatting language used to create pages for the World Wide Web.
HTML is the language for publishing hypertext on the World Wide Web. It is a non-proprietary format based upon SGML, and can be created and processed in a wide range of tools from simple plain text editors to sophisticated WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) authoring tools. HTML uses tags like h1 and /h1 to structure text into headings, paragraphs, lists, hypertext links and more.