Is HTML a programming language?

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I was wondering if HTML a programming language as it does not contain any logic in it and I don't see any

Programming syntax as well. So, is HTML really a programming language?

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Is HTML a programming language?

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To answer your question, it is not. Programming languages has some function and lets you input computations and algorithms. HTML came to the real world to explain and correct the scripts and more by inserting some text and then manage and control it. Those text can be inserted as Bold or wrap around it. It is also a word used for XML.

You cannot use HTML to make functions and event or maybe not directly. The edge to connect HTML and programming do exists which is similar to the JavaScript to HTML through DOM interface. When a user used HTML, they notice what seems to be apart. But it is just an attachment on JavaScript functionality like the events attached on elements such as:

<body onload="do something here">

This is on JavaScript and not the HTML whose doing the event.

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Is HTML a programming language?

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HTML is not a programming language, it is a markup language devised to allow website creation which is merely another type of medium, just like television, newspapers or radio, for transmitting information.

The HTML language is designed to be an efficient way of achieving this transfer of data, and is designed to be evolving as new media formats were created, whilst remaining predictable to use.

These websites can then be viewed by anyone else connected to the Internet.

HTML stands for Hyper Text Markup Language.

A markup language is a set of markup tags which are keywords surrounded by angle brackets like <html> and normally come in pairs like <b> and </b>.

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