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Things html often describes (“html ________”)
page, file, code, tags, pages, files, documents, elements, tag, form, format, forms, element, output, source, editors, controls, document, tables, coding, specification, extension, control, formatting, attributes, comments, styles, language, codes, attribute, links, text, messages, script, commands, templates, authors, help, comment, tools, objects, documentation, interface, syntax, browser, browsers, extensions, tool, layout, content, versions, standards, reports, frames, markup, editor, report, programming, representation, version, mode, entities, equivalent, button, characters, table, statements, encoding, author, reference, title, command, options, instructions, string, specifications, stands, snippet, library, template, authoring, box

How html often is described (“________ html”)
standard, dynamic, static, basic, plain, simple, raw, valid, more, regular, pure, straight, traditional, ordinary, actual, final, appropriate, normal, formed, correct, invalid, additional, original, type, available, compact, generated, complex, necessary, proper, strict, clean, current, arbitrary, select, side, enough, non, inner, corresponding, bad, parsed, compatible, extensible, content, conventional, based, coded, coding, semantic, manual, sloppy, presentational, malicious, compliant, embedded, time, literal, malformed, alternate, generic, graphical, straightforward, nonstandard, fulltext, classic, preferred, dvb, underlying, meta, style, ugly, variable

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See html used in context: 1 rhyme, several books and articles.

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