I can teach HTML. Well.

I enjoy talking about, and teaching people to use, valid, semantically-meaningful and accessible HTML. I don’t get to do the teaching very often, so, after running a session on the correct use of HTML tables, it was heartening today to receive a complimentary e-mail from an attendee. Having little modesty, I’m going to share part of it with you:

Just wanted to say thank you for the training this week… The subject of making our pages accessible for customers is a very important one, we will now make changes to the way in which we load our pages ensuring that we meet these standards… We found it very informative, interesting and unlike other training we’ve been on we didn’t walk out of there completely baffled, which is an accomplishment on your part, as the majority of us are not familiar with HTML.

About Andy Mabbett

Enjoying my freelance career, helping organisations to understand on-line communities, open content, and related issues; often as a Wikimedian (or Wikipedian) in Residence.
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