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HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is a simple markup language for creating hypertext pages that may be moved from one platform to another. HTML documents are SGML documents with general semantics that can be used to represent data from a wide variety of sources.

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language) is the coding that organises a web page's structure and content. Content could be organised using paragraphs, a list of bulleted points, or graphics and data tables, for example.

HTML is divided into three categories: transitional, strict, and frameset. The most popular version of HTML is transitional, whereas strict HTML is intended to return rules to HTML and make it more dependable. Web developers can use Frameset to create a mosaic of HTML documents with a menu system.

The HTML document starts with the letter html> and concludes with the letter /html>. Between body> and /body> is the viewable part of the HTML document.

It's the foundation of everything you see in a web browser, and it's used to create everything from basic web pages to large web apps and services. HTML elements serve as the foundation for all websites. HTML enables for the embedding of pictures and objects, and it may be used to create interactive forms.

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