When I learned HTML in college nearly 30 years ago, I had to help a lot of my friends to understand the syntax. When I saw how popular the internet was becoming I knew I had to be a strong resource for this markup language.
CSS is an amazing language that makes it a lot easier to maintain large projects. Being able to change one CSS script and have that automatically change a whole website is great. Some things are easy and other things are a bit quirky.
It’s been fun developing websites and applications for these last 25 years. It’s amazing some of the stories I’ve seen, and I wouldn’t trade it for the world.
Cheers to another 25 years of writing software.
Not every project requires HTML. Not every author needs to learn to use HTML tags, and if you want other options we can use a WYSIWYG or Markdown, HTML, or Gutenburg. Each style of development has its benefits. Once we want greater design capabilities, we can help implement products like Elementor, Beaver Builder or a dozen other WordPress plugins. But we feel like most PageBuilders are more complex then they need to be, and we are most worried about the performance implications of using Elementor and Beaver Builder.