Wednesday, March 5, 2014

HTML is not a Disease and MP3 is not a Robot

Upon finding out that 10% of people think that HTML is a disease, I must let everyone know that HTML stands for HyperText Markup Language.

Hypertext Markup Language is instruction to create/design websites utilized with open and closing greater than/less than angled brackets < >. An HTML expression may look like this: <!DOC>. The use of the exclamation point in the syntax means that the markup is open and that there is a comment therein. Another example is the title, written: <TITLE> HTML is not a Disease and MP3 is not a Robot</TITLE>; this syntax tells the computer that HTML is not a Disease and MP3 is not a Robot is the title and where you see the </ symbol the title will close.

Please be sure to tell your friends that HTML is not a disease it is computer markup language used for website building.

 Also, MP3 is not a Star Wars robot. MP3 is slang for MPEG Layer-3; which is the audio file format layer. The Moving Picture Experts Group (MPEG) administers industry standards for digital video systems which is part of the International Standards Organization.