HTML, which stands for "HyperText Markup Language", is the de-facto standard for making webpages. Unlike other languages, keywords are enclosed in tags, and can have many attributes. For example, <p align="center">My text</p>, which displays the text "My text" centered on the page. HTML standards are managed by the W3C, and the language is constantly evolving as web browsers become more and more advanced. Also unlike other languages, one doesn't need a compiler to make webpages; at the bare minimum, one just needs Notepad and a browser. Despite that fact, there are many programs called validators which can check the syntax of web pages.
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A world-famous site that has a catalog of ALL HTML commands, past and present.
It also gives you the syntax of these commands and for which browsers they work
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