How does htm works with the web

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  • ToddN2000
    I assume you mean HTML. That is the coding language used by web browsers like Chrome, Firefox, Edge and Internet Explorer to display web content. There are a few slight differences that are browser specific. 
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  • TheRealRaven
    It works by way of people writing programs that parse HTML and perform the functions defined in the HTML specifications, e.g., RFC 1866. A review of the various HTML and related RFCs will be the beginning of an answer for your question.
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  • Subhendu Sen
    Assuming this is your assignment or homework.

    Sometimes we see .htm or .html, the only way to differentiate between these files is their file name extensions. The webpage’s standard file extensions are .htm & .html. While both these extensions are related to HTML, which is a basic language used for writing webpages. These are usually used for webpages with static content. .htm is sometimes used as a short form extension of an HTML file. Concisely, .htm and .html are both recognized as HTML files.

    For how does it work, please link here, https://www.tutorialspoint.com/web_developers_guide/web_how_it_works.htm


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