Definition – What does HTML mean?
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a language designed to create electronic documents that are displayed on the World Wide Web. Each page webpage contains a series of connections to other pages called hyperlinks, and every page you see on the world wide web is written using HTML code. The markup language refers to the way tags are used to define the page layout and elements within the page.
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The role of the HTML language is to inform a web browser about how the content contained within the HTML document is structured. Commonly used HTML tags include <H1>, <P>, <table> and lots of others, each one has its own section and objective to describe. All HTML text is plain text that means it is not compiled and may be read by humans. The file extension for an HTML file is .html or .htm.