HyperText Markup Language (HTML) is a standardized markup language system for creating websites content with fronts, colors, graphics and hyperlinks. The latest (5th) itineration, html5, became the standard for website coding on December 2012. HTML5 (also called XML) includes new functionality for both standard website markup as well as its mobile interpretation. The W3 Schools certification ensures the fundamental knowledge and application of both standard HTML and the new functionality of HTML5.
HTML forms the basis of most websites. Knowing proper coding techniques is crucial to have a properly loading website.
HTML can be coded in many different ways; Knowing all the syntax and functions allows for much faster and easier debugging.
Knowing HTML best practices assure that your site’s architecture is always coded correctly, allowing for less headaches down the road.
Knowing correct HTML5 code assures that your website is compatible across not only different browsers but also different devices (Tablets, Phones, etc...).