The Evolution of
A Brief History
In 1989, Tim Berners-Lee proposed the idea of a "global hypertext system" that would become the foundation of the World Wide Web.
HTML was developed in the early 1990s as a standard markup language for creating web pages.
In the mid-1990s, web design moved towards more complex layouts and the use of tables for page structure.
The first website was published in 1991 by CERN, and it was a simple page with information about the project.
The introduction of the graphical web browser Mosaic in 1993 revolutionized web design by allowing for the incorporation of images and multimedia content.
Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) were introduced in 1996 to separate the presentation of a webpage from its content, allowing for more control over design.
The early 2000s saw the rise of web standards and the adoption of XHTML as the preferred markup language.
Web 2.0 emerged in the mid-2000s, characterized by user-generated content and interactive web applications.
Responsive design, which allows websites to adjust to different screen sizes and devices, became a necessity in the mobile age of the late 2000s.