HTML/XHTML Examples


This is the largest heading

This is H2 heading

This is H3 heading


This is an italicized text.

This is an italicized text.

This is an bold font.

This is an bold font.


An example of Writing Paragraphs

A Markup language consists of elements (tag) with their attributes, character-based data (letters and numbers), character entity references (e.g., &), and others. They are text scripts used to generate various documents. Examples are LaTex, HTML, and XHTML. Unlike WYSIWYG (What You See Is What You Get) software packages (e.g., WordPerfect and OpenOffice), a markup language uses tags to control formats and styles (e.g., font, color, and layout) of the content.

HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), based on SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language), is to publish hypertext on the World Wide Web (Web). It was first proposed by Tim Berners-Lee in the early 1990s and its specification has evolved up to version 5 by World Wide Web Consortium (W3C).

XHTML (Extensible HTML) (version 1.0) is reformulation of HTML 4.01 in XML, and combines the strength of HTML 4 with the power of XML. Its first version was recommended in 2000 and version 2.0 in 2010. Version 2.0 does not have 100 percent backward compatibility.


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  1. PMPP
  2. IDP
  3. IRP

Definition List

HTML
is a Web language
XHTML
is the extensible HTML

XHTML Note
CSS Note
Syllabus
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IUJ 1
IUJ 2

IUJ 2

Head 1 Head 2 Head 3
Content 11 Content 12 Content 13
Content 21 Content 22 Content 23