Learning HTML is important for web development, whether you want to build a personal web site, or you're looking to make a career out of it. It's important to commit important tags and terms to memory, but it's also important to make sure you're not using outdated tags and code. This cheat sheet makes sure you don't.
We've shared a few HTML cheat sheets in the past, but the trouble with many of them is that they will often include tags that work, but have been deprecated in favour of better ways of doing the same thing (like CSS, for example). If you're wondering whether the tags you're planning to use have been deprecated in favour of a more streamlined approach, this sheet from the W3C (the World Wide Web Consortium) will show you.
The sheet isn't a pretty graphic you can print out, but it's constantly updated and has clickable letters at the top to jump to the right place in the list. It includes HTML and XHTML tags both past and present, and shows you when the tag was deprecated, if it ever was. It's worth a bookmark if you're doing any web development or design, or if you just want to know if your skills are due for an update. Hit the link below for the full chart.