HTML 3.0 is a set of extensions to the HTML
hypertext markup format. Like HTML 2.0, it is based on the Standard Generalized
Markup Language (SGML). Unlike conventional desktop
publishing, many details of how documents are laid out are left to the
capabilities of individual browsers or reader preferences, rather than being
completely specified by authors. This allows documents to be viewed on a very
wide range of equipment.
As you can see, HTML 3.0 supports text flow around
floating figures. Other major additions include fill-out forms, tables and mathematical equations, and features for greater control of
This browser is still under development but will
be made freely available.