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Summary

Here are the important points to remember from this chapter:

  • HTML is a semantic markup language for online, hypertext-linked documents.
  • The Web has a client/server architecture. Web servers respond to requests from user agents such as web browsers, search robots, and web page editors.
  • HTML is supported by many other technologies, the most important of which are Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) for describing the presentation aspects of page elements, and JavaScript for describing element behaviors.
  • The Web is global and collaborative. Observing Web standards in creating documents will help others build upon your work.
  • HTML5 provides new elements and attributes for Web designers to work with. However, it is still a draft specification and thus should be seen as a guide for future projects, when more support is available.
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