Why HTML is Not a Programming Language - Information Space HTML, as a markup language doesn't really “do” anything in the sense that a programming language does. HTML contains no programming logic. It doesn't have common conditional statements such as If/Else. ... This is because HTML is not a programming language.
HTML is not a programming language, it is actually a text format to layout markup views through the markup or tags you have. A programming language is language in which we can basically program and communicate with the computer and with html the only thing we do is mark views that will be rendered by some specific program that supports HTML, such as browsers although there are many others that render your windows or vistas by declaring it in html format.