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HyperText Markup Language
(HTML) is a
designed for the creation of
and other information viewable in a
. The focus of HTML is on the
of information—paragraphs, fonts, italics, tables, and so forth—rather than the
semantics—what the words mean.
Originally defined as a highly simplified subset of
, which is used by organizations with highly complex publishing requirements, HTML is now an international standard (
15445:2000). The HTML specification is maintained mainly by the
World Wide Web Consortium
The initial versions of HTML were very tolerant of simple kinds of coding mistakes. The browser commonly made assumptions about intent, and proceeded with the rendering. Over time, the trend has been to create an increasingly strict language syntax. HTML 4.01 is the current version, although the W3C is moving toward replacing it with
, which applies the exacting strictness of
to the HTML world.
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