HTML vs FBML
There have been a number of markup languages created for different purposes but none has been as popular or as widespread as HTML (Hypertext Markup Language), which is the main language of the internet. A relatively unknown markup language is FBML, or the Facebook Markup Language, which was developed for the specific use of Facebook. While HTML was developed to create a standardized language that can be used across different sites around the world, FBML was built for the purpose of creating Facebook apps.
To achieve its goal, FBML adds a lot of keywords that are specific to features in Facebook. You can display comments, invite friends on chat, or implement any other Facebook specific task. FBML simply makes coding within FB much simpler than when using HTML. FBML also removes HTML tags that are deemed to be of no use or to limit the security exposure of Facebook and their users.
1.HTML is a worldwide standard while FBML is specific to Facebook
2.FBML has many tags that are not recognized in HTML
3.There are tags in HTML that are not recognized by FBML
5.HTML is still in widespread use while FBML is already deprecated
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