HTML is a universal markup language on the Web.HTML 2.0 was developed in 1996 by the HTML Working Group on Internet Engineering. HTML 2.0 is outdated HTML version. The browsers that are currently available on the market rely on newer versions of HTML.
W3C's standardization process is divided into seven different steps. During the W3C's announcement of a new standard, the specification was gradually established as a recommendation standard from a simple concept through the following rigorous procedures
Content-Type, content type, usually refers to the existence of Content-Type in the web page, used to define the type of web files and web page coding, browser determines what form, what encoding to read this file, which is often seen Some Asp
When a visitor visits a webpage, the browser of the visitor makes a request to the server where the webpage is located. When the browser receives and displays the web page, the server on which the web page resides returns a server header containing the HTTP status code to respond to the browser's request.