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A brief history of HTML

HTML was created by Sir Tim Berners-Lee in 1990, as a modest hypertext language simply used to serve his own purposes (linking together his physics papers). HTML was released, officially, to the public in 1995. Then came the dot com boom - Because of the simplicity of HTML, anyone could master it. As a result, the World Wide Web flourished and everyone started publishing content! HTML is the language that created the internet that we know and love today.


What is front-end development?

Front-end development usually involves the use of HTML, CSS, and JavaScript. It's essentially the act of creating code for a website or web application that a user can see and interact with directly.

How much does a front-end developer make?

According to Glassdoor, the national median salary for front-end developers tops more than $76,000. This salary can can climb above $100,000 in highly competitive markets for HTML developers with additional skills in CSS and JavaScript.

Is HTML a good career?

Sure it is! HTML can be used with multiple programming languages, and many employers offer competitive salaries to HTML developers.

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