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- W3C HTML 4.01 Specification
- This specification defines the HyperText Markup Language (HTML), the publishing language of the World Wide Web. This specification defines HTML 4.01, which is a subversion of HTML 4.
- W3C HTML 4.0 Specification
- First released as a W3C Recommendation on 18 December 1997. A second release was issued on 24 April 1998 with changes limited to editorial corrections. This specification has now been superseded by HTML 4.01.
- W3C HTML 3.2 Specification
- W3C's first Recommendation for HTML which represented the consensus on HTML features for 1996. HTML 3.2 added widely-deployed features such as tables, applets, text-flow around images, superscripts and subscripts, while providing backwards compatibility with the existing HTML 2.0 Standard.
- W3C HTML 2.0 Specification
- Developed by the IETF's HTML Working Group, which closed in 1996. It set the standard for core HTML features based upon current practice in 1994. Note that with the release of RFC 2854, RFC 1866 has been obsoleted and its current status is historic.
- HTML 4.0 - Web Design Group
- The Web Design Group presents a comprehensive list of the HTML 4.0 features, in a very user-friendly format.
- Internet Engineering Task Force
- The protocal engineering and development arm of the Internet. Develops Internet standards in the form of drafts.
- HTML 4.01 Element Reference
- A listing of every HTML 4.01 element, as specified by the W3C. By Lee Underwood
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