HTML: Programming Language Commands

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HTML is a programming language that contains the command to the browser that has been installed on the client computer, HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language, HTML documents in a pure text file that is created by any "arbitrary" in this case the process can use any editor like notepad, editplus or any other editor.

Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML)

The file is an HTML file containing some instructions or commands which was then translated by existing browsers in computer client (user) so that the contents of the information can be displayed visually user's computer. HTML is known as the standard language used to display web documents.
Hyper Text Markup Language (HTML) is a markup language used to create web pages, displays a variety of information in an Internet web browser and formatting simple hypertext written in ASCII format file in order to produce a display form that integrated. In other words, a file created in a word processing software and stored in the normal ASCII format so that it becomes a web page with HTML commands. Starting from a previously widely used language in the world of publishing and printing called SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language), HTML is a widely used standard for displaying web pages. HTML is now an Internet standard defined and controlled use by the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). HTML created by TIM Caillau collaboration with Berners-Lee Robert when they are working at CERN in 1989 (CERN is high energy physics research institute in Geneva).

Markup Language

Markup language is a modern system for annotating documents in a way that is syntactically indistinguishable from text. Ideas and terminology originated from the "mark" script, namely manual revision by the editor, who is traditionally written with a blue pencil on a script writer. For example, instructions on how writing as found in the documents in the form of troff, TeX and LaTeX, or markers such as the tag structure of XML. Many instruct the software to display the text in order to take appropriate action, but does not appear in the text version that is displayed to the user. Some markup languages such as HTML, having a pre-defined semantics presentation, which means that their specification governs how data is structured to be presented. While others, such as XML, not regulate it.
Markup language that is often used is the HyperText Markup Language (HTML), one of the World Wide Web (www) document format. HTML, which is derived from SGML (although, strictly, does not comply with all the rules of SGML), following many many conventions that are used in the publishing industry in the printed work communication between authors, editors, and printers.


"American Standard Code for Information Exchange" or ASCII (American Standard Code for Information Interchange) is an international standard code of letters and symbols such as Hex and ASCII Unicode but is more universal, for example, 124 is for the character "|". It is always used by computers and other communication tools to show the text. ASCII code actually has a composition as much as 7-bit binary number. However, the ASCII code is stored as 8 bits with adds one number 0 as the most significant bit high. Additional bit is often used to test the priority. ASCII control characters to be divided into 5 groups according to the use of that row includes logical communication, device control, Information separator, Code extension, and physical communication. ASCII code is often found on the keyboard computer or instrument-digital instrument.

The History of HTML

In 1980, IBM thought of preparing a document that will identify each element of the document with a certain mark. IBM then developed a type of language that combines text with document formatting commands. This language is called Markup Language, a language that uses signs as its base. IBM call this system as Generalized Markup Language or GML.
1986, ISO states that IBM has a concept of a very good document, and then issued a publication (ISO 8879) which states as a standard markup language for the creation of documents. ISO makes this language from IBM GML, but give this language with another name, the SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language). ISO in the publication believes that SGML would be very useful for processing text information and office systems. But unexpectedly ISO, SGML and especially a subset of SGML, HTML is also useful for exploring the internet. Especially for those who use the World Wide Web. The final version of the current HTML is HTML5.

Page, SGML and Webbrowser

  • Page: In computer terms, the page also called the home page, home page, home page, and Front Page, the front page of a web site is designed as a central focal point. In most cases, this website also acts as a page that sends information to another computer when it is connected to the network without any special information requests.

  • SGML: SGML (Standard Generalized Markup Language) is a markup programming language (landmarks) that is used for a standard document. SGML is a development of language GML (Generalized Markup Language) which is made by the company IBM in 1960 (ie by Charles Goldfarb, Edward Mosher and Raymond Lorie, which incidentally has the first letter of their surname formed acronym GML).

  • Web browser: is software that functions to receive and present resources on the Internet. An information resource is identified by the uniform resource identifier which can be web pages, images, videos, or other types of content. Although primarily intended for the web browser to access the Internet, an explorer can also be used to access information provided by Web servers in private networks or files on the filesystem. Some of the popular web browser is Google Chrome, Firefox, Internet Explorer, Opera, and Safari.

The World Wide Web Consortium & The Internet

  • Waring Wera Wanua Consortium (English: The World Wide Web Consortium) commonly abbreviated (W3C) is a consortium that works to develop standards for Waring Wera Wanua. Specifications of key technologies to be used as the primary basis of the web, such as a URL (Uniform Resource Locator), HTTP (Hypertext Transfer Protocol) and HTML (HyperText Markup Language) is developed and managed by the agency.

  • Internet (short for interconnection-networking) is the entire network of computers connected together using a global system standard Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol Suite (TCP / IP) as the packet exchange protocol (packet switching communication protocol) to serve billions of users around the world. A circuit the largest Internet called the Internet. How to connect the circuit with this rule is called internet working ("between networks").

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