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HyperText Markup Language

Markup language for content based on a standardised set of keywords used to specify the formatting of Web documents. This layout information is then interpreted by the browser to render the layout on the screen (size, colour and thickness of characters, paragraph alignment, etc.).



Hyper Text Transfer Protocol

Protocol for the transmission of hypermedia documents (Web documents in particular), which manages two operations independently: downloading all the page elements (text, images, references to other sites, videos, scripts, styles) in the browser cache memory, and restructuring the document before it is displayed on the screen.



Method for annotating the text of a digital document (a Web page in particular) that creates, using one or more marked words, an interactive link with another part of the document or a different web page belonging or not to the same website.