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What's your HTML comfort level? #422923 06/02/08 01:48 AM
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Hi folks,

I've been churning out mostly beginning-level HTML articles; however, it occurred to me that my audience (meaning you!) might be looking for information on more advanced topics. So I'm taking a poll - do you consider yourself a beginning, intermediate or advanced HTML user, and are there any particular HTML topics you're curious about?

Thanks,
Elizabeth


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Re: What's your HTML comfort level? [Re: Elizabeth - HTML Editor] #422991 06/02/08 01:27 PM
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I guess I'm somewhere between beginner and intermediate.

I use the basics like bold, italics, links, and images all the time in articles - but don't relly know much about placing things exactly where I want them to go.

It's usually a game of "try it and see" for me.


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Re: What's your HTML comfort level? [Re: Chelle - Marriage Editor] #425695 06/11/08 10:27 PM
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I really liked your article on CSS, Elizabeth. smile

I would say I'm intermediate, or a little beyond. Not quite "advanced," but definitely past the basics.


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Re: What's your HTML comfort level? [Re: Nancy - Baby Names Editor] #430908 06/28/08 03:50 AM
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It was total fun to learn this language.I find it east from beginning to ending.

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I'm probably where Michelle is. I can do a little, but it's a lot of trial and error. It's great to be reading your articles!

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Thanks for the feedback. I've just posted an article about a topic near and dear to the hearts of every webmaster and online article writer - namely, how to track webpage performance. Enjoy.


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Re: What's your HTML comfort level? [Re: Elizabeth - HTML Editor] #459216 10/14/08 03:08 PM
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I am intermediate in HTML. I like it's ease of use. I generally use it inside the posts/articles. I think now the time is changed and php and joomla are mostly used for web design.

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I would consider myself intermediate

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Very much a beginner - help!

I am finding the articles helpful, and am trying to work my way up but I definitely feel challenged and often frustrated because this is something I just don't easily understand.

I do understand how others would want further information. I know this original post was started a while back. It looks as though you are providing very good information on this site.

Re: What's your HTML comfort level? [Re: Elizabeth - HTML Editor] #506497 03/29/09 02:47 AM
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I had a little help today and figured out the problem with a web page I was putting together. I had laid out a web page using Word and transferred elements to Front Page. The coding for the Word format transferred along with the text etc. and interfered with the presentation online. Whew! what a trial.

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