When most people search for someone to hire, build or manage their website in 2021, they use the term, "Web Designer." It's become so commonplace that Google, Facebook, LinkedIn and other platforms only give the category option of, "Web Designer" for website developers. Which is a shame and undervalues full stack engineering as we create more than just pretty visuals.
Back in the day, the common search term and title for someone who managed and built websites was, "Webmaster." A Webmaster mastered the website from frontend (design) to backend (develop), start to finish. They did everything from setting up and managing email accounts to domains and firewalls. But websites have changed tremendously since 1997. What used to be a full-time job for one person is now broken into multiple full scale job positions.