WWW FAQ: What is HTML Level 3 and where can I learn more about it?


What is HTML Level 3 and where can I learn more about it?

HTML Level 3, formerly known as HTML+, is an enhanced version of HTML designed to address some of the limitations of HTML. HTML Level 3 supports true tables, right-justified text, centered text, line breaks that do not double space, and many other desired features.

However, most clients support only a handful of HTML Level 3 features at the time of this writing. The most commonly implemented major feature is table support. If you have access to a Unix system with the X Window System installed, you can try out many features of HTML Level 3 using the experimental Arena browser.

You can access information about new developments in HTML at the CERN server (at the URL http://www.w3.org/hypertext/WWW/MarkUp/MarkUp.html ).

(HTML Level 1 is the original version. HTML Level 2 is essentially the same, but with the addition of forms.)


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