Markup isn't programming. The level of complexity you might face when designing a backend-rendered or static web site was strictly limited.
For a while, jQuery became a major component of front end development, and the complexity went upslightly. It still was possible to copy and paste every component you needed, and it was still mostly being assembled via easy to understand markup with its limited complexity.
Don't get me wrong: You certainly could create more complex front end apps with those tools. But they didn't force you to utilize that much sophistication.
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