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what is diff between .html and .htm
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Hi applekanna,
Nothing, .htm is for operating systems that can only handle 8.3 filenames.

Regards .. Alan
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I'd rephrase that a little:
.htm "was" used in PC systems that could only handle the 8.3 file format. That no longer applies.
As of now, a server and browser using the HTTP protocol don't differentiate. The only difference - is the letter l.
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Thanks

Sunray
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