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.
Special thanks to the many people who have contributed to this specification:
Terry Allen; O'Reilly & Associates; email@example.com
Marc Andresson; Mosaic Communications Corp; firstname.lastname@example.org
Tim Berners-Lee; CERN; email@example.com
Paul Burchard; The Geometry Center, University of Minnesota; firstname.lastname@example.org
Daniel W. Connolly; HaL Computer Systems; email@example.com
Jay Glicksman; Enterprise Integration Technology; firstname.lastname@example.org
Eduardo Gutentag; Sun Microsystems; eduardo@Eng.Sun.com
Bill Hefley; Software Engineering Institute, Carnegie Mellon University; email@example.com
Chung-Jen Ho; Xerox Corporation; firstname.lastname@example.org
Murray Maloney; SCO Canada; email@example.com
Karen Olson Muldrow; HaL Computer Systems; firstname.lastname@example.org
E. Corprew Reed; Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory; email@example.com
Yuri Rubinsky; SoftQuad, Inc.; firstname.lastname@example.org
Eric W. Sink; Spyglass, Inc.; email@example.com
Stuart Weibel; OCLC Office of Research; firstname.lastname@example.org