How is HTML compiled?
Html is a markup language. I.e, you are just defining how things are displayed, you cannot actually perfom any mathematical operations. And yes, browsers do contain something similar to a compiler ( called parser) which will identify the various tags and display them accordingly.
Imperitive programming has a tendency to be messy by default because its focused on trying to tell the computer how to do everything, rather than describing what needs to be done.
Is HTML compiled?
HTML is not a programming language. It is neither compiled nor interpreted. HTML is what’s known as a “markup language.” That’s to say, it represents, not a program, but some data.
What does parsing HTML mean?
The term parsing comes from Latin pars (orationis), meaning part (of speech). In your case, HTML parsing is basically: taking in HTML code and extracting relevant information like the title of the page, paragraphs in the page, headings in the page, links, bold text etc.