HTML, or HyperText Markup Language, is a markup language derived from SGML, used to describe web sites and applications to be run in a common web browser. Invented in 1993 by Sir Tim Berners-Lee, HTML documents are broken up into HTML elements, which describe the component parts of the document. HTML attempts to provide a means for defining the structure of the data in a document, while also giving control over the presentation of the document. Starting in 1996, CSS was developed as an adjunct to HTML in order to better separate the presentation of a document. This is meant to allow documents to be written in a way that more clearly and accurately reflects the structure of the information, without being distorted by presentational needs. Today, CSS and HTML are almost always used in conjunction.
How much do HTML developers make?
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Based on real Hired interview data, HTML developers in New York earn an average annual salary of
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The salaries of candidates in this role range from a low of $50,000 to a high of $250,000, with a median salary of $150,000.