Acronym for Hypertext Markup Language. The markup language used for documents on the World Wide Web. A tag-based notation language used to format documents that can then be interpreted and rendered by an Internet browser. HTML is an application of SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) that uses tags to mark elements, such as text and graphics, in a document to indicate how Web browsers should display these elements to the user and should respond to user actions such as activation of a link by means of a key press or mouse click. HTML 2, defined by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF), included features of HTML common to all Web browsers as of 1994 and was the first version of HTML widely used on the World Wide Web. HTML+ was proposed for extending HTML 2 in 1994, but it was never implemented. HTML 3, which also was never standardized or fully implemented by a major browser developer, introduced tables. HTML 3.2 incorporated features widely implemented as of early 1996, including tables, applets, and the ability to flow text around images. HTML 4, the latest specification, supports style sheets and scripting languages and includes internationalization and accessibility features. Future HTML development will be carried out by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Most Web browsers, notably Netscape Navigator and Internet Explorer, recognize HTML tags beyond those included in the present standard. See also .htm, .html, SGML, tag (definition 3), Web browser.
Abbreviation for a coding language for Internet document formatting and linking.
File format, based on SGML, for hypertext documents on the Internet. It is very simple and allows for the embedding of images, sounds, video streams, form fields and simple text formatting. References to other objects are embedded using URLs.
The coding language used to create Hypertext documents for use on the World Wide Web. HTML looks a lot like old-fashioned typesetting code, where you surround a block of text with codes that indicate how it should appear. The hyperWeb Browser. HTML is loosely based on a more comprehensive system for markup called SGML.
(HyperText Markup Language). Sistem kodovanja, skup kodova koji se koristi za pravljenje i definisanje izgleda i funkcija web strana. U ovom jeziku koriste se tagovi. To su oznake, postavljene u zagradama uz tekst, namijenjene za kontrolu pozicioniranja i pravljenje lista, linkova, strukture, tabela, okvira... NJih prihvata web čitač (browser) i interpretirajući ih, na ekranu prikazuje stranu. HTML datoteke imaju ekstenziju .html ili .htm.