1. Easy to learn compared to other languages.
  2. Well-interpreted by browsers.
  3. HTML Parsers are forgiving. If an element fails to parse it doesn’t break the entire document. (Does not apply to XHTML)
  4. Light-weight. High signal to noise ratio compared to other forms of communication.
  5. Has a vast (and expanding) array of structural and aesthetic elements that can infer meaning and presentation.
  6. Free. No license fees. DRM Free.
  7. An Open Standard. Transparent.
  8. Widely used, hugely popular.
  9. Multiple languages supported.
  10. Can go anywhere a browser can go: Multiple platforms supports


  1. Requires a browser to interpret it correctly.
  2. Open to author interpretation, therefore authors are the weakest link in the communication chain.
  3. Technical progress has been slow, limited by the Standards Bodies, Authors and the tardiest browser to update. (This is improving though!)
  4. The HTML Lexicon is set in American English. Requires extra interpretation by non-English authors.
  5. Being a Declarative Language, it has limited functional prowess compared to Functional Languages.
   1. Saves time.
   2. Help to make spontaneous and consistent changes.
   3. Improve page loading speed.
   4. Ability to reposition.
   5. Compatible with the device.
   1. Cross browser issues.
   2. It create confusion due to many levels.
   3. Vulnerable.
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