Hypertext Markup Language

n.

Pronunciation

/ˈhaɪpərˌtɛkst ˈmɑrˌkʌp ˈlæŋgwəʤ/

Acronym

HTML

Definition

A markup language used to create web pages.

Hypertext Markup Language, called HTML, has remained the language behind websites through all its interactions. HTML provides the structure of the web page. It relies on CSS or JavaScript for formatting. HTML is also used to create nonvisible parts of the website, such as meta tags. This code behind each web page can be viewed by selecting View Page Source.

Category

Web Design

Related Terms

Meta Tags, Markup Language

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