About HTML The
WWW system uses marked up text to represent a hypertext document for
transmision over the network. The hypertext markup language is an SGML format.
- The hypertext version of the HTML language
specification. Internet drafts are generated from this version.
Ed: Tim Berners-Lee and Dan Connolly
- HTML+ specification
- The enriched language under development.
All browsers support some but not all HTML+ features.
Ed: Dave Raggett <email@example.com>
- Style Guide
- A guide to how to organize and write
online hypertext. Tim Berners-Lee <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Beginner's guide
- Quick start to writing HTML. Marc Andreessen. <email@example.com>
- A file containing a variety of
tags used for test purposes, and its source text . See also
finding examples on the web .
Other specifications which might be of tangential interest are
- Future directions
- Changes suggested for HTML
- Japanese encoding
- How Japanese characters have been encoded
- Design constraints for HTML which might explain some of its properties.
- A conformant parsing code
- An internet draft on a simpler
non-SGML MIME data type.
- A more sophisticated document type under
development. Will not supercede HTML, but may be a superset.