Word of the Week: HTML

(HyperText Markup Language)

HTML is a mark-up language that uses tags to organize text into various forms such as paragraphs, lists, headings, and links. This language lets web browsers render and display the text and images that appear on a website. Nearly every site on the Internet is coded in HTML, even the simplest plain-test sites rely on the language.

If you’d like to see how a web page’s HTML looks, simply click “View” at the top of your browser, and then select “Source” to check out the code!

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