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11 Sep 2017
Tim Berners-Lee publishes the first available descript of HTML in a document called “HTML Tags”, debuting HTML as a hybrid of SGML with simple designs and limited elements.
The IETF created an HTML Working Group which completed HTML 2.0, the first HTML specification intended to be treated as a standard for HTML, benchmarking the Web explosion.
HTML 4.0 is released and is universally agreed upon as a standard for all HTML
HTML and XML join forces to become XHTML 1.0 to enforce cleaner code (formed by W3C, World Wide Web Consortium)
Development begins on HTML5 in the Web Hypertext Application Technology Working Group (WHATWG) with members of Apple, Mozilla, and Opera
W3C creates new HTML5 Working Groups and W3C drops the charter from XHTML 2.0
XHTML development team disassembles to join the HTML5 camp
W3C is developing the HTML5 WHATWG is developing HTML
W3C (World Wide Web Consortium) is devloped; HTML 2.0 is established
HTML starts supporting tables; released CSS1
W3C decides to stop evolving HTML
W3C resumes its work on HTML
HTML 4.0 is incorporated; DHTML, Cascading Style Sheets and Frames are added
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