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On Thu, Nov 3, 2011 at 11:20 AM, Wroblewski, Victoria
<vwroblewski -at- necsphere -dot- com> wrote:
> The ability to read code. It can start as basic as knowing actual coding of HTML... Knowing HTML coding cuts your dependency on tools to help you convert things over to HTML formats, and a general knowledge of code structures (and how not to break things) has always been a great help to me.
Ye gods yes. Seconding this! On my current project I'm writing HTML
Help using a legacy not-quite-WYSIWYG tool that was developed in
house and is buggy as all heck. My knowledge of HTML (how to code
it, how to fix it, how to bend it to my will) is just about the only
thing keeping me from going crazy.
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