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What does HTML stand for?

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"HTML" is an acronym that stands for hyper text markup language. "Hyper text" refers to links that connect Web pages and websites, and "markup language" means a set of markup tags.

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The Mozilla Developer Network describes HTML as a language that "describes the structure and the semantic content of a Web document." Content for a webpage is sectioned off with HTML elements. An HTML document is defined with an opening HTML tag at the beginning of the code and a closing HTML tag at the end. These HTML tags tell a Web browser that it is an HTML document. Extensible hyper text markup language, or XHTML, is a stricter, more structured variation of HTML.

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