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Those with expert knowledge in HTML are essential to e-commerce and nearly any form of electronic communications. Thus, they are in demand throughout the private sector as well as in public and non-profit organisations. HyperText Markup Language is the dominant building block material for today’s internet and it requires a variety of professionals able to understand, produce, update and maintain it
There are several different job titles associated with HTML professionals, with the primary posts being web designers and web developers. Often, the latter is more involved with the hands-on construction of web pages and will need to have a more extensive knowledge base of the language. Employers usually require applicants to hold at least a bachelor’s degree in MIS, computer science or similar field and some require post-graduate training
Most jobs in this area will attract a salary ranging from £25,000 to more than £50,000 a year for highly experienced professionals. The median salary is £33,000 per year though this is typically 10% higher in London.


HTML programmers make use of their expertise to affix images, generate text, and format paragraphs to create web applications. HTML stands for Hypertext Markup Language, and it allows applications to run and operate in web browsers. HTML programmers use ASP, PHP, JavaScript and Java to manipulate content on their website, implement security policies or make interactive features. Websites must incorporate security features to protect data, prevent hacking and follow internet protocols. Clients meet with HTML programmers to pass on job specification and review work done.
The responsibilities of HTML include:
•  Developing coding standards
•  Supervising server performance
• Working with relational databases
•  Deploying websites
•  Coordinating with project teams and leaders
•  Testing browsers, screen resolutions and platforms
•  Supporting clients and customers
•  Resolving application issues
• Designing web applications
•  Attending trainings, workshops and meetings


• Problem solving
• Consistent and honest
• Thinking logically and critically
• Good judgment
• Communicating orally and in written form
• Professionalism
• Multitasking
• Patience and persistence
• Thorough and detail oriented
• Creating websites using HTML, XML, Java, CSS and other languages
• Methodical
• Confidence
• Handling pressure
• Technical knowledge


Persons working in HTML development should have an information technology or related computer degree.

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