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

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.

I think HTML and CSS goes without saying.

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

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 Especially since no one will want to hire a developer with outdated knowledge of HTML4 or CSS 2.1.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:

I think it should be HTML, CSS

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

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

Yes, I agree.

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