I've managed the website of a UK charity since we launched it (the site, that is) in 1997 (or 1998? I can't remember). I read the html 3 and 4 specs in their entirety(!) and during the dark days of the Browser Wars I sweated blood trying to get CSS to work at all, let alone across different browsers. I'm loving the giant steps that are still being made in standards development.
- Citizenship FoundationOnline Communications Manager, present
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