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Usage of markup languages for websites

This diagram shows the percentages of websites using various markup languages. See technologies overview for explanations on the methodologies used in the surveys. Our reports are updated daily.

How to read the diagram:
HTML is used by 66.6% of all the websites whose markup language we know.

W3Techs.com, 27 November 2015
Percentages of websites using various markup languages
Note: a website may use more than one markup language

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Markup Languages
A markup language is a computer language used to describe web pages.

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