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The following is a brief, comprehensive history of HTML from its invention in 1991 to present day.

The Version Table

Version Year
HTML 1.0 1991
HTML 2.0 1995
HTML 3.2 1997
HTML 4.01 1999
XHTML 2000
HTML5 2014

HTML 1.0

The first major version of HTML debuted in 1991 with only 22 elements – some elements (e.g. NEXTID, ISINDEX, etc.) were never used again, whereas others (e.g. TITLE, A, etc.) remain in use. The lack of many elements was made up for in the ability to link documents. The World Wide Web also made its debut to the public as a consumer service in 1991, thanks to Tim Berners-Lee.[1][2]

Berners-Lee wrote the first web browser, WorldWideWeb (later renamed to Nexus). It was released for the NeXTSTEP platform.[Citation needed]

HTML 2.0

The Web started to gain more popularity, with 1995 seeing the release of HTML 2.0 as a result.

HTML 3.2

HTML 4.01

XHTML

HTML5

References

  1. https://blog.rackspace.com/internet-history-html-evolution
  2. https://www.w3.org/History/19921103-hypertext/hypertext/WWW/MarkUp/Tags.html

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