Hypermedia formats combine text, graphics, audio, video, and executable code, with the ability to link them to one another.
Hypertext is a subset of hypermedia, in which the document consists entirely or primarily of text.
(hypermedia with a "stack of cards" metaphor)
(Formats closely related to HTML)
- Accelerated Mobile Pages
- Compressed Markup Language
- HTML (and XHTML)
- OBML (Opera Binary Markup Language)
- Scholarly HTML
- Wireless Markup Language (WML)
- Codidact (a question/answer format similar to Stack Overflow/Exchange)
- MediaWiki (software used in many wikis including Wikipedia and File Formats Wiki)
- Stack Overflow / Stack Exchange (a wiki-like portal for professional information in question/answer format)
- Wiki markup
- XWiki (wiki written in Java)
See also Web (the most well-known hypermedia platform, though most Web formats separate the elements into different files)