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where can i find the history of html?
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try looking  through these pages.
there are many pages to see if you just type in html in any search engine.

http://members.magnet.at/dmayr/history.htm

http://www.asap.unimelb.edu.au/hstm/data/149.htm

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W3c (world wide web consortium_ would be the place to go since they are responsoble for setting the html standards.  Here is a link for html off of their site:
http://www.w3.org/MarkUp/

If you scroll to the bottom, you'll see it ending with info on the original idea for html and go up from there on all the specs for html2.0, html3.2, etc...

-Josh
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