Hyper Text Markup Language or More Simply The Base Language of the Net!
The fundamental building block of the web, HTML is a markup language designed to define the structure of text-based information. HTML itself is a series of descriptive tags that are associated with certain words or blocks of text. <p>, for example, is a tag that denotes a paragraph of text. Leading web firms like topLingo now use the latest version of HTML, called XHTML. To achieve a particular look or style for text like bold or underline, another language called CSS is used. CSS is an acronym for Cascading Style Sheets and can be included inside an XHTML document or in a separate document. XHTML and CSS work together to create the typical web pages you see today on the Internet.
topLingo uses XHTML and CSS on all our website projects, giving our customers clean, fast website code that is easy to update and manage. The way we use XHTML and CSS also usually improves SEO (search engine optimization) for our customers.