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Web Developer Resource Index: HTML

The Hypertext Markup Language is the most commom format used by authors to publish documents on the WWW. It is a simplified form of the SGML (non-hypertext) document publishing system. The current (and last) standard version of HTML is 4.01, which is slowly being replaced by the more powerful, next generation Web authoring language XHTML.

HTML should be used to describe the structure of a document (headings, lists, paragraphs) and contain the content, while the appearance (layout, fonts, colors) should be maintained separately through the presentation language CSS.

I encourage all Web developers and authors to employ sound methods and produce structured, semantic and valid markup when publishing documents on the Web. HTML Tidy can be a big help when repairing existing markup.

Updated: Wednesday, October 29th, 2008 @ 1:53 AM EDT



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