HTML - Markup

Markup

HTML markup consists of several key components, including elements (and their attributes), character-based data types, character references and entity references. Another important component is the document type declaration, which triggers standards mode rendering.

The following is an example of the classic Hello world program, a common test employed for comparing programming languages, scripting languages and markup languages. This example is made using 9 lines of code:

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Markup

Markup can refer to:

  • Markup language, a notation used to annotate a document's content to give information regarding the structure of the text or instructions for how it is to be displayed
  • Markup (business), a term for the increase in the price of goods to create a profit margin for a business
  • Markup (legislation), a legislative session held to amend bills


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