One of the goals of Web page designers is to make pages uniform no matter what kind of computer (or, more accurately, which platform) is used. The Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a machine-independent language that Web developers use to design Web pages. A page's HTML listing is actually a set of text commands that, when viewed with a Web browser, produces a Web page that conforms to the look the author intended.
Unless you write extremely low-level Internet applications, you will rarely need to concern yourself with packets and packet addressing. This discussion simply informs you how Internet computers communicate between ...