HyperText Markup Language - HTML

DEFINITION of 'HyperText Markup Language - HTML'

The authoring language used in the creation of documents for the World Wide Web.

BREAKING DOWN 'HyperText Markup Language - HTML'

If you want to see what HTML language looks like, then, in your browser, click on "view" then "view source." Those hundreds of tags and coding is what makes up HTML.

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