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Brief history of HTML

09.10.2011 15:13 EDT
Dear friend, yesterday I told you about making a website.
Have you made any site? If you made any, then please share the link in comment. I want to see what my friend has made.
Today I am giving you a brief description about web programming language. And tomorrow I will tell you about HTML (Hyper Text Markup Language) for your site development.
The HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is the publishing language of the World Wide Web. It is one of the main components of the Open Web Platform. The first version of HTML was described by Tim Berners-Lee in late 1991. The current W3C Recommendation for HTML is HTML_4.01, published in December 1999. There is however intensive work to define its next version, HTML5.
HTML lets you make and manage your website.
This is a simple text file with a (.html) or (.htm) extension just like the (.txt) format text file.
This file describes the server what to do with your website.
It lets you make moving text, add link to other sites, set image, set textbox, add button to click, add options to select, upload and download files, count visitors etc.
HTML is the most popular language in web programming since past century.
You can use much more options than the (Site management) menu of your site by HTML.
You can test it directly on your website online. Even you can run HTML file on your mobile to test offline.
Tomorrow I will give you a software that helps you to make HTML files on your mobile phone offline. You need no data costs.
Are you upset today for no new tricks?
Wait a minute, here is a simple trick for you today:
Hide your folders on your Nokia s40 series without any software.
Astonished?
Hahahahahahaha!
Very simple. Just follow the steps below:
1>Make a folder with any name but a (.jad) extension like (Folder.jad) or (Hello.jad)
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2>Make another folder in the same path, with the same name but a (.jar) extension. Like (Folder.jar) or (Hello.jar) made it?
Yes! Now can you see your previous folder with (.jad) extension?
No! That folder is hidden now.
And that folder wont appear until you delete the folder with the (.jar) extension.
Got it?
Thank you for reading this blog. Come here everyday. Invite your friends and never forget to write your valuable comments here!
3 Comments:
HTML is mark up language it uses tags buddy to say web programming one must use other resources too alone html can't perform any logical expression.
13.10.2011 00:13 EDT,
Oowaw! Nyc! Waiting 4 next post.
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09.10.2011 16:00 EDT,


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