DOCX to HTML converter
DOCX is an XML-based document format used primarily with Microsoft Word. It is the default file type for versions of Word from 2007 onwards, replacing the older DOC format used in earlier versions. It is a zipped, compressed file that contains a collection of XML files, which contain the text, formatting, images, charts and other miscellaneous parts of the document.
The DOCX extension indicates that all files within the archive are encoded in the UTF-8 character set. Because it is open and non-proprietary, some open-source applications have been developed to read and convert DOCX files into other file formats such as PDF. However, true editing of DOCX files requires access to some form of MS Office suite.
Hypertext Markup Language (HTML) is the standard markup language used for creating web pages and web applications. It is a system for annotating text, images and other content to provide a structured document with logical sections. HTML is used to create electronic documents (pages) that are displayed on the World Wide Web and each HTML page contains a series of HTML tags that control the appearance of an element or control specific behaviour.
HTML files must be saved with the .html file extension in order for them to be recognised by web browsers as HTML documents. The tags provide a series of instructions which are interpreted by browsers like Google Chrome, Firefox or Internet Explorer to render the content of the HTML page properly.