Webhosting Dictionary - H

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HyperText Markup Language. The standard markup language used for documents in the World Wide Web. The HTML language uses tags to indicate how Web browsers should display page elements such as text and graphics, and how Web browsers should respond to user actions such as hyperlink activation by means of a key press or mouse click.

Hyper Text Transfer Protocol, a protocol used to transfer and receive data over the World Wide Web. A basic HTTP transaction involves a WWW browser connecting to a server, browser sending a request to the server specifying its capabilities and which document is requested, server responding with the required data, and closing of the connection.

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