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Part: XI Making FrontPage Do More Work > Seeing What HTML Is All About

Chapter 41. Seeing What HTML Is All About

All World Wide Web pages are created by using Hypertext Markup Language (HTML), a set of formatting commands that are added to text documents. These formatting commands, which are called tags, turn normal text into headings, hyperlinks, paragraphs, and anything else you can put on a Web page.

When you apply formatting to part of a page, FrontPage marks that section with the corresponding HTML tag. FrontPage acts as an interpreter between what you want to do and how HTML does it. None of this is shown in the Page view, because you work with the page as it's going to look in a browser. For this reason, you can avoid learning HTML entirely.


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