Dec 18, 2023

This release underscored the importance of design and functionality in crafting digital spaces.

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TODAY IN DESIGN 1997

A Digital Milestone: The Publication of HTML 4.0.

On this day, the digital landscape took a significant leap forward with the World Wide Web Consortium's (W3C) publication of HTML 4.0. This iteration of the Hypertext Markup Language marked a major evolution in the core language of the internet, setting new standards for web design and development.

HTML 4.0 introduced features that enhanced the functionality and appearance of web pages, including support for style sheets, improved tools for creating interactive forms, and better capabilities for multimedia integration. This standardization was instrumental in shaping the accessible, user-friendly, and visually engaging web experiences we have come to expect today.

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