HTML includes a series of shortcodes called tags that you type into a text-file. The text is saved as an HTML file and viewed on a browser. HTML helps create electronic documents that it displays on the World Wide Web. Every web page that you see on the Internet is written via various versions of HTML code.
Without HTML, a browser will not know how to display texts as elements or load images or other elements. HTML also provides a basic structure of the web page, upon which CSS is overlaid to change its appearance. HTML is the structure and CSS is the appearance of a web page.
The new tags include: <article>, <aside>, <audio>, <bdi>, <canvas>, <datalist>, <details>, <embed>, <figure>, <figcaption>, <footer>, <header>, <keygen>, <mark>, <meter>, <nav>, <output>, <progress>, <rp>, <rt>, <ruby>, <time>, <track>, <video>, and <wbr>. There are also new input types for forms, which include tel, search, url, e-mail, datetime, date, month, week, time, datetime-local, number, range, and color.
Education Requirements: HTML developers usually have a bachelor’s or master’s degree in computer science, graphic design, or a web-focused degree program. Specific courses in computer science or web design degree programs include computer architecture, microprocessor design, user-interface design, internet programming, software engineering, graphic design, and computer-user interactions.
Skills Needed: Since HTML developers often need to work with a team of people who take part in building a website, like other coders, technical employees, designers and content developers. Hence, possessing strong communication skills are is essential. HTML developers need to translate designs into code, along with writing technical documentation and meeting deadlines for projects.
Career Outlook: There are several freelance/ self-employed HTML developers working in the market. Companies keep hiring HTML developers for completing projects that come their way. They either opt for freelancers or go for hiring an HTML developer for the job role. Hence, either wise, HTML developers have an enormous career scope, both in the present times and in the future.
Alternative Career Options: Professionals who prefer to design codes can opt for a web developer career option. Whereas, those who prefer to work with graphics and visual side of web pages, they can choose the graphic designer job role.
Easy to Learn and Use: HTML is elementary to learn, understand and implement. Anyone who has started learning web development first needs to learn HTML. It comprises of simple tags with specific purpose and has no sensitivity issues. In HTML codes, any developer can easily understand others’ codes and also make changes in them when necessary. HTML is void of any errors in case the developer forgets to close any tag or makes any mistakes in code.
Available for Free: HTML is available free of cost, and its usage does not involve the need to purchase any software. Also, HTML does not require any plugins. Hence, it also becomes cost-effective from the business perspective, as it does not require the purchase of any license.
Supported by All Browsers: HTML supports almost all browsers around the globe. Hence, when you write a website in HTML, you never have to worry about browser-support. An HTML website quickly shows up in all the browsers if you optimize the different browsers.
Most Friendly Search Engine: Compared to all other programming languages, HTML is the most familiar language. You can easily create SEO compliant websites with HTML. Web crawlers can easily read and crawl the HTML web pages. It results in reduced page loading time, improving website performance.
Easily Editable: You can easily edit HTML and to do so, you do not need to have any unique interface or platform to get on with editing. Written in notepad, you can edit it in text editors like Notepad, Notepad++ and the like.
Light Weight Coding Language: HTML is a lightweight language with a high signal to noise ratio in comparison with other forms of communication. Also, HTML downloads very fast and is highly compressive.
Base for Almost All Programming Languages: To become a frontend developer or a backend developer, you must have proficient HTML knowledge, because HTML is the base language and all other languages integrate with it while coding. XML syntax is precisely like HTML and XML which developers use widely for data storage.
Instant Changes and Alterations: With HTML, one can see changes instantly just by saving it and reloading the previous HTML page. You do not need to run the whole code and find out the source of the error.
User-Friendly Language: To work with HTML, you do not need to acquire prior knowledge of any other language. Proper understanding of simple English is enough to get on with it.
Development of new user-facing features.
Building reusable code and libraries for future references.
Ensuring the technical feasibility of UI/UX Designs.
Optimization of applications for maximum speed and scalability.
Making sure that all user input gains validation before submitting to the backend.
Collaboration with team members and stakeholders.
Proficient understanding of web markup, including HTML5 and CSS3.
Basic understanding of server-side CSS pre-processing platforms, such as LESS and SASS.
Strong knowledge of web standards.
Proficient understanding of cross-browser compatibility issues and ways to work around them.
Familiarity with differences in other HTML5 based views, such as ones in email clients.
Knack of innovative design practices.
Thorough knowledge of SEO principles and ensuring that the application adheres to those principles.
Proficient understanding of code versioning tools.
Flexibility: A remote HTML developer works following client time zones to meet project deadlines.
Maximum Productivity: Remote developers are technical experts capable of solving any deadlock.
Cost Efficiency: With remote hiring of HTML developers, you enjoy technical skills at reduced prices, with IT infrastructure setup, minimum onboard time and resource training.
Security: Companies offering remote hiring services give you the option to sign a Non-Disclosure Agreement for the safety and security of your Intellectual Property and idea.
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We make sure the quality of the work is not impacted because of the time slot. But people do prefer to work during the day, so if you are open to your employee working in the day slot, you will have a bigger pool of resources to choose from.
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If your hired employee is meeting the set goals, it’s clear that they are doing their job. You could also put checks and balances to monitor your employee’s performance and monitor your employee via web cams, remote login software, phone, and instant messenger. In addition to that, our floor managers ensure that your employee is working at all times.
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We understand that with employees there can be a performance issue and we are always open to discuss and find a solution mutually. Typically, if the performance of a resource is not satisfactory then we endeavor to find a replacement for you. In another situation where a hired resources has delivered a decent performance but has been unable to scale it up, then we will charge you for the number of days the resource has worked and, will refund the remaining amount. We would request you inform of any such dissatisfaction within the span of a week so that we can take appropriate steps. In situations where you have not expressed your dissatisfaction and the resource has delivered considerable amount of work, we will not be responsible. Herein, you are requested to mail us an appropriate notice clearly mentioning the termination of our services.
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This is because GlobalEmployees enters into a legal contract with the employee you hire. Accordingly, GlobalEmployees is legally liable to provide the employee you hire with a paid notice period. Thus, the fee for the 15 days notice period to terminate our services is required in advance before the employee starts working.
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Your employee is entitled to 8 paid holidays in a year. In addition, your employee accumulates one day of paid leave per month. Hence, in one year your employee is entitled to 19 days of paid days off work. Any other days off work are unpaid leaves, for which you will not be charged.
No. GlobalEmployees provides you with a long-term dedicated employee. You work with the same employee every day. Hence, it is not possible to cover the odd absence by an employee. In case your employee requires a substantial time off work, GlobalEmployees can replace the employee.
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The entire hiring process takes around 1-2 weeks from the time you submit the requirements. In case you are in a rush to find your employee and start sooner, you could subscribe to our Premium service, which would prioritize your case. The turnaround time with Premium service is around 4-6 business days.
The cost of subscribing to our premium service is $100. This charge would be adjusted in your first month’s invoice, thus it is not an extra charge. And yes, the amount is fully refundable if we are unable to find a suitable candidate for you.
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