The HTML document type was designed by Tim Berners-Lee at CERN as part of the 1990 World Wide Web project. In 1992, Dan Connolly wrote the HTML Document Type Definition (DTD) and a brief HTML specification.
Since 1993, a wide variety of Internet participants have contributed to the evolution of HTML, which has included the addition of in-line images introduced by the NCSA Mosaic software for WWW. Dave Raggett played an important role in deriving the FORMS material from the HTML+ specification.
Dan Connolly and Karen Olson Muldrow rewrote the HTML Specification in 1994. The document was then edited by the HTML working group as a whole, with updates being made by Eric Schieler, Mike Knezovich, and Eric W. Sink at Spyglass, Inc. Finally, Roy Fielding restructured the entire draft into its current form.
Special thanks to the many people who have contributed to this specification:
Terry Allen Marc Andreessen
Tim Berners-Lee Paul Burchard
James Clark Daniel W. Connolly
Roy T. Fielding Peter Flynn
Jay Glicksman Paul Grosso
Eduardo Gutentag Bill Hefley
Chung-Jen Ho Mike Knezovich
Tom Magliery Murray Maloney
Larry Masinter Karen Olson Muldrow
Bill Perry Dave Raggett
E. Corprew Reed Yuri Rubinsky
Eric Schieler James L. Seidman
Eric W. Sink Stuart Weibel
Chris Wilson Francois Yergeau
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