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Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is a must-know Web programming language for Lotus Notes Domino IT professionals who build Web-based applications for their messaging and collaboration environment. Get HTML code, tips and tutorials that will help you successfully format and use Lotus Notes Domino applications on the Internet.