Web Languages.

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As the technology was pacing up there was a necessity for all the information present online to appear consistent and easily understandable. Internet was a powerful weapon to provide the required information to a user that was relevant and easy to access


This had to be carried out by implemented various styles (Natanya Pitts-Moultis and Cheryl Kirk, 1998). The problem faced was that various clients would adapt different styles of their choice which might result in incompatibility over the wide spread users. There had to be standards adopted for attaining specific styles that could support the numerous requirements of the users. Thus the concept of style sheets had evolved.

The code for designing the style sheets was similar to English language, which brought in the new problems such as distinguishing the code from the data. Thus to differentiate them both the designer had to "mark-up" the specific styles for the codes to appear in the preferred fashion. Thus the Markup Languages came into existence. The very first Markup Language was the Standard Generalized Markup Language (SGML) which was a general mark-up Language used for specialized applications on computers. Later on in 1990 Tim Berners Lee created the first Web Server named as Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) that enabled the users to access the text in a nonsequential pattern based on the SGML fundamentals (Steven Holzner, 2005). Thus XML was the improvised version of previous mark up languages that was used to enhance the web features.
XML an abbreviation for eXtensible Markup Language has been designed in order to possess all the extended features of its predecessors such as HTML and SGML markup Languages. ...
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