In the "old days" of the World Wide Web (three whole years ago), there were two ways to get information (also
called content) to the user. The primary way was through HTML (HyperText Markup Language), the language
used to write Web pages. HTML enables you to present text and certain types of graphics (as well as links to
connect one page to another page) either on the same computer or somewhere else in the world. As HTML has
evolved (the current standard being worked on is version 3.2), other features have been added, such as forms,
frames, tables, and so on. However, even with all...