Web

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File Format
Name Web
Ontology
Released 1990

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Formats connected with the World Wide Web, though most of them overlap into other categories; basically everything that can be put in a file format of any sort can be put on the Web, and a multiplicity of types of documents, graphics, audio, video, markup, programming languages, and more, are used there. The Web is a variety of hypermedia, by far the most successful one.

Contents

Blogging and web hosting platforms

Content management systems

Development software

Feeds, syndication, and metadata

  • Atom (syndication format)
  • h-entry (Microformats, was part of HAtom until split and renamed in microformats2)
  • h-feed (Microformats, was part of HAtom until split and renamed in microformats2)
  • hListing (Microformats; product/service listings)
  • hMedia (Microformats; image/video/audio metadata)
  • hNews (Microformats; news articles)
  • h-resume (Microformats; resumes/CVs)
  • h-review (Microformats; ratings/reviews)
  • RDF
    • RDFa (linked data in HTML)
  • RSS

Markup, documents and data

Program/system-specific files (browser/server/OS/etc)

General

Specific

Protocols and parameters

Scripts/Applets/Plug-Ins/Frameworks/APIs

Site dumps, multi-file packaging, and offline reading

Miscellaneous

See also

See also E-Mail, newsgroups, and forums (a number of web-based messaging/social-networking things are there)

External links

History

Privacy and security

Commentary

Tools and utilities

Other

Personal tools
Namespaces

Variants
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