Definition of Hypertext mark-up language
1. Noun. A set of tags and rules (conforming to SGML) for using them in developing hypertext documents.
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Literary usage of Hypertext mark-up language
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1. The Cell Phone: An Anthropology of Communicationby Heather A. Horst, Daniel Miller by Heather A. Horst, Daniel Miller (2006)
"A problem here, as elsewhere, is that most web pages are written in HTML (Hypertext Mark-up Language) and incorporate fancy designs not suited to the small ..."
2. An Adventure of Great Dimension: The Launching of the Chicago Assyrian by Erica Reiner (2002)
"While the MED was, though reluctant! converted to hypertext mark-up language, the CAD, too f advanced to make the conversion painlessly, did not avail ..."
3. Governance of Public Research: Toward Better Practices by OECD Staff, (Paris) Organisation for Economic Co-ope, SourceOECD (Online service) (2003)
"... Switzerland that receives funding from several national governments) to the development of hypertext mark-up language (HTML), the World Wide Web, ..."
4. OECD Communications Outlook 2005 by OECD Staff, SourceOECD (Online service) (2005)
"... HDTV High definition television HICP Harmonised indices of consumer prices HS Harmonised system HTML hypertext mark-up language HT'rP Hypertext transfer ..."
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