HTML and CSS Reference
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On the Web server, you most likely will use the .html or .htm file extension for your
files. When HTML files are placed in the appropriate directory, the user would issue a URL
in their browser like
and that will then return the file in question. However, note that when a marked-up
document is delivered over the network, it is not the file extension that indicates to the
browser that the content is HTML, but rather the Content-Type: header found in the
network stream:
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