This document is a translation to the Castilian of the Recommendation of W3C “HTML 4,01 Specification”, published the 24 of December of 1999.
This translation has been published the 11 of June of 2001.
The URI of this document is http://html.conclase.net/w3c/html401-es/cover.html
The URI of the original document is http://www.w3.org/TR/1999/REC-html401-19991224
The URI of the last version of the Recommendation in English is http://www.w3.org/TR/html401
The only normative version of this document is the original version in English that is in the website of W3C. No part of the present document in Castilian is normative although the opposite specifies itself.
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HTML4 is an application of SGML according to international standard ISO 8879 -- Standard Generalized Markup Language [ISO8879].
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This section describes the state of this document in the date of its publication. Other documents can replace to this document. In W3C the most recent state of this series of documents is conserved.
This specific document HTML 4,01, that is part of the line of specifications of HTML 4. The first version of HTML 4 was HTML 4,0 [HTML40], published the 18 of December of 1997 and reviewed the 24 of April of 1998. This specification is first Recommendation HTML 4.01. It includes nonpublishing changes from the version of the 24 of April of HTML 4.0. For example, some changes in the DTDs have become. With this document the previous versions of HTML 4,0 are obsolete, although W3C will continue putting at the disposal of the public these specifications and their DTDs in its website.
This document has been reviewed by Members of W3C and other stakeholders and has been approved by the Director as Recommendation of W3C. It is a stable document and it can be used as reference material or be mentioned as normative reference in other documents. The intention of W3C when doing this Recommendation is to draw attention on the specification and to promote its general diffusion.
W3C recommends that the user agents and the authors (and in particular the creation tools) produce documents HTML 4,01 instead of documents HTML 4.0. W3C recommends that the authors produce documents HTML 4 instead of documents HTML. For reasons of compatibility with previous versions, W3C also recommends that the tools that interpret HTML 4 continue giving support HTML and to HTML.
In order to obtain data on the next generation of HTML, “the Tensile Language for the Document Format of Hypertext” [XHTML], consults the Activities of W3C in the field of the HTML and the list of Technical Information of W3C.
This document has been produced as part of the Activities of W3C in the field of the HTML. The objectives of the Work group HTML (only Member) consider in the constitutional charter of the Work group HTML (only Member).
In the list of firstname.lastname@example.org mail the characteristics of the HTML are discussed publicly (archives of email@example.com).
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