24. Importing and Exporting Web Pages

Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the lingua franca of the World Wide Web. Hypertext refers to a computer document that has cross-references (hyperlinks) to other related documents, which are accessible from the local machine or other, networked computers. When you select (click) a hyperlink, a web browser on your computer displays the linked document. HTML defines markup tags, enclosed by angle brackets, to specify the type, purpose, or formatting of a blog of text or graphic image. For example, <p> . . . </p> tags specify the beginning and end of a paragraph, <img . . . /> defines a graphic image, and <a . . . > . . . </a> tags specify a hyperlink (anchor). Most tags occur in pairs, but empty tags, such ...

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