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HyperText Markup Language is the text language that defines all of the content on every web page that you visit, and is even used in most email clients to display the text you’re reading right now.

HTML is composed of elements which are composed of tags. A simple HTML tag, for example, to display italicized text would look like this: <i>I’m in italics!</i>

Although the main body of web pages is still structured used HTML, web designers have largely moved away from using raw HTML for all of the design elements of a page and now use Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to supply the actual layout and user interface for the pages. This move from static HTML to more dynamic CSS serves to both separate the content of the page from the presentation of the page and provides a higher degree of flexibility when dealing with desktop browsers, mobile browsers, and accessibility-focused browsers for disabled users.

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