History of HTML
Published on 29 July, 2019
The history of HTML is so strange and interesting.
It’s a standard markup language for creating web pages and web applications.
It forms a triad of cornerstone technologies for the WWW (World Wide Web).
This language was developed by physicist Tim Berners-Lee in 1991.
The idea behind HTML was a modest one.
When Tim was putting together his first elementary browsing and authoring system for the Web.
He created a quick little hypertext language that would serve his purposes.
The first ever version of HTML was HTML 1.0 but the first standard version was HTML 2.0, which was published in 1995.
In this version, a few features were available like file upload, tables and so on.
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Why learn HTML 5?
- With HTML5, no plug-ins or third-party APIs are required, and it works on multiple browsers. With fewer barriers, HTML5 takes them into a rich web experience.
- HTML5 allows for easy web updates and changes that help create more interactive and engaging content.
- HTML5 allows for embedded videos, providing easy access to videos for users.
- On your phone, tablet, laptop, HMTL5 promotes cross-platform compatibility on all devices.
- If you know HTML5 and CSS3 well, there’s plenty of opportunities to find a job as a designer, especially since you’d have the advantage of being able to code what you’ve designed, reducing a lot of back and forth and also allowing you to have control over your own work.