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HTML is the language for describing the structure of Web pages. HTML gives authors the means to:

* Publish online documents with headings, text, tables, lists, photos, etc.

* Retrieve online information via hypertext links, at the click of a button.

* Design forms for conducting transactions with remote services, for use in searching for information, making reservations, ordering products, etc.

* Include spread-sheets, video clips, sound clips, and other applications directly in their documents.

With HTML, authors describe the structure of pages using markup. The elements of the language label pieces of content such as “paragraph,” “list,” “table,” and so on.

(Source: w3c:


HTML5 is a core technology markup language of the Internet used for structuring and presenting content for the World Wide Web. As of October 2014 this is the final and complete fifth revision of the HTML standard of the World Wide Web Consortium (W3C). Its core aims have been to improve the language with support for the latest multimedia while keeping it easily readable by humans and consistently understood by computers and devices. 



Works Developed in this Platform:

Work titlesort descending Author Language Year
"Where you will have been I am..." [not yet found] John Cayley English 2009
(go) fish Loss Pequeño Glazier English 1998
...and by islands I mean paragraphs J. R. Carpenter English 2013
10 Poemes en 4 Dimensions Xavier Malbreil French
11 Ways to Escape the Symbolic Field Andreas Maria Jacobs Dutch, English 2013
12 Easy Lessons to Better Time Travel Mark C. Marino English 1998
23:40 Das Gedächtnis Guido Grigat German 1997
24 hours with someone you know... Phillipa J. Burne English 1996
253 Geoff Ryman English 1996
500 Apocalypses Phantom Williams English 2016
54 61 72 6F 6B 6F Roman Kalinovski 2014
6 Weird Questions asked in a Wired Way David Jhave Johnston English 2011
8 Brincadeiras para Salette Tavares Rui Torres Portuguese 2010
<? echo [THE_SIGNIFIER] ?> Duc Thuan 2002
@DeleuzeGuattari, Rhiz-o-Mat, PoMoBot Anonymous English 1996
A Certain Slant of Light, Typographically Speaking Lans Pacifico English 2013
A is for Apple David Clark English 2002
A Luta Continua Young-Hae Chang Heavy Industries, Young-Hae Chang, Marc Voge English, Portuguese
A Machicolated Body Talan Memmott English 1999
A Modern Harvest Jason Nelson Acoli, English 2013
A Narrated Portrait Eileen Hogan 2013
A Nervous System Jason Nelson English 2015
A Travel Guide Allison Parrish English 2014
About Time Rob Swigart English 2001
AdLiPo Daniel C. Howe English 2014
after emmett: a dispersion of ninetiles mIEKAL aND English 1998
Afterwards Judy Malloy English 2003 Álvaro Seiça, Sindre Sørensen English, Portuguese, Spanish (Castilian) 2015
aktra Álvaro Seiça Portuguese 2014
Al-Barrah البرَّاح Reham Hosny, Mohamed A. Nasef Arabic 2019
Aleph Null Jim Andrews 2011
Alexandrins au Greffoir Jacques Roubaud, Marcel Bénabou French 1985
Almas II Sérgio Monteiro de Almeida Portuguese
Almost Goodbye Aaron A. Reed English 2012
Along the Briny Beach J. R. Carpenter English 2011
altavista words Nelli Rothvee 1997
Amoklæsning Simon Gotrian Danish 2001
Amor de Clarice (v. 2). Versão Combinatória Rui Torres Portuguese 2008
Amor-mundo, ou a vida, esse sonho triste (cn) Rui Torres Mandarin 2006
An/Other Time Anita Bacic English 2016
And Speak of Long Ago Times Judy Malloy English 2014
And the Robot Horse You Rode In On Anna Anthropy English 2014
Ann Coulter : Human Document William Poundstone English 2009
Another Emotion Jason Nelson English 2006
Apparitions inquiétantes Anne-Cécile Brandenbourger French 1998
Argot, Ogre, OK! Andrew Plotkin 2011
Arriving Simultaneously on Multiple Far-Flung Systems Judy Malloy English 2018
as valas abertas ++ des fossés ouverts ++ open ditches Álvaro Seiça English, French, Portuguese 2014
Assoziations-Blaster / Association Blaster Alvar C.H. Freude English, German 1999
Baby Work Shu Lea Cheang 2012


Version history (text): 

- Tim Berners-Lee invented HTML: 1991
- Dave Raggett drafted HTML+: 1993
- HTML Working Group defined HTML 2.0: 1995
- W3C Recommended HTML 3.2: 1997
- W3C Recommended HTML 4.01: 1999
- W3C Recommended XHTML 1.0: 2000
- HTML5 WHATWG First Public Draft: 2008
- HTML5 WHATWG Living Standard: 2012
- HTML5 W3C Final Recommendation: 2014


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