Although not a real programming language, HTML is the bare minimum.
HTML is a markup language that may dictate what text-based content, images and other multimedia must be displayed. HTML is also used to control with a web browser how all of the data in the webpage should be presented and formatted.
Any language that provides an HTML output.
This means the most up to date browsers for the three major display languages, Arial Unicode MS, Times New Roman and Courier New – which outputs as (pure Type 1) text in just about any browser. In other words, html is not limited to English web pages. There are also various dialects of Hindi, Arabic, Chinese and Korean that support this basic character set, and there are even pages in a range of European languages like French or Spanish available on wikipedia where html is used fairly extensively (though some typographic niceties may be lost since they’re typed than drawn).
HTML! HTML is the language of the internet and must be used when trying to create a web page due to it being ASCII-text based. It does not require any special software packages and can be written on any platform, meaning it’s cross-platform compatible. Furthermore, it simplifies pages to contain only code that will run since they are meant just for viewing so there is no need to include displays or advanced features typically seen in word processing programs like MS Word.
HTML is the language used to display a web page. When a web browser loads an HTML document, it creates (or uses) an underlying model of the document’s structure in order to build up the final display of text and graphics. This structure serves two main purposes: It defines navigational information for users, such as such as major sections or subsections; and it provides “hooks” that can be used by link styles, scripts, images etc. Any time you view a web page in your internet browser, there are many other texts displayed on that page which were never visible on any printed version — those are purely graphical and interactive elements created from hypertext mark-up tag content included within the original written content.