Build: The Web


HTML is a dynamic markup language that has evolved over time as different versions have been released. Each version has allowed its user to construct web pages in a much easier and beautiful method, as well as making sites very efficient, long before its new standards and specifications are implemented.
HTML 1.0 was introduced in 1993 with the goal of distributing readable and accessible content via web browsers. However, only a small percentage of the developers worked on websites. As a result, the language did not develop.
Then there's HTML 2.0, which was released in 1995 and includes all of the characteristics of HTML 1.0 plus a few new ones. It was the official markup language for designing and developing websites until January 1997, and it refined numerous basic features of HTML.
Then there's HTML 3.0, which was launched by Dave Raggett, who presented a new paper or draft on HTML. It contained enhanced HTML elements that provided webmasters with more powerful qualities while developing web sites. However, the browser's ability to implement future enhancements was hindered by the new HTML's powerful features.
Then there's HTML 4.01, which is commonly used and was a successful version of HTML prior to HTML 5.0, which is now available and widely utilized. HTML 5 is an upgraded version of HTML 4.01, which was released in the year 2012.