"HTML, CSS" or "HTML5, CSS3" for resume skill listings?

"HTML, CSS" or "HTML5, CSS3" for resume skill listings?
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#1

This is a really basic question but what is better to put in a skills list on a resume?
I feel like HTML, CSS implies the newest standards and reads better but I figured i’d ask this community because you all probably know better than I do.

#2

I think HTML and CSS goes without saying.

#3

It probably doesn’t really matter. Everyone will think you know html5 and css3 even if you put down html and css.

#4

Indeed to the above point, it doesn’t really matter, and HTML5 and CSS3 will be assumed. Especially since no one will want to hire a developer with outdated knowledge of HTML4 or CSS 2.1. :stuck_out_tongue:

#5

I think it should be HTML, CSS

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#6

It should be whatever fits the job requirements. If they list HTML5 then use HTML5, this will help you pass filters.

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#7

It doesn’t matter much, but if you claim to know HTML5, makes sure you know how that is different from HTML - semantic elements, new APIs etc.

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#8

I think that html5 and css3 are things that all web-developers have to know in 2019

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#9

Yes, I agree.

I wasn’t saying that you shouldn’t learn html5 and css3.

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