What are the advantages and disadvantages of HTML?

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There are many advantages and disadvantages of HTML, including compatibility and difficulty of use. All Web browsers can read HTML files and webpages, but the language can be difficult to decipher, especially since one small typo could lead to a nonfunctioning webpage.

HTML is easy enough to write, but errors can be costly. Another disadvantage is the time it takes to choose the color scheme of a page and to create lists, tables and forms.

An advantage to HTML is that it is easy to code. Much of the code can be customized by someone who knows proper HTML formatting. HTML also allows the use of templates, which makes designing a webpage easy.

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Advantages. Easy to use. Loose syntax (although, being too flexible will not comply with standards) Supported on almost every browser, if not all browsers. Widely used; established
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For me the advantages and disadvantages are: Advantages: Its plain text so is easy to edit. Its also fast to download (text is highly compressable). Is very easy to pickup\learn Its
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XForms is different from HTML, it executes server-side not client-side like HTML, and it usually doesn't need JavaScript for validation, Server-script for form execution/operations.
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