HyperText Markup Language


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HyperText Markup Language

A specification of the W3C that provides markup of documents for display in a web browser.
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The language of the Web is called hypertext markup language (HTML).
SAN FRANCISCO -- Business Wire is the first news wire to distribute news via Extensible HyperText Markup Language of the company.
No more need to learn HTML, or hypertext markup language.
According to people briefed by CompuServe in advance of today's announcement, CompuServe has begun rewriting its existing services in the hypertext markup language, HTML, the industry standard of the World Wide Web.