In recent days, at least three of us here, all rather expert, each did a kind of "Duh. I can use HTML here..." to get the effect wanted. And we talked
of how tools may become outdated, so how do you teach fundamentals?
Which got me to thinking: Basic HTML is still a useful skill for using many blogs, discussion groups, wikis, and other social networks. Even Ning, which has a much better interface than anything I can find to install, leaves you to format lists, quotes, and other things all on your own via HTML.
So, whether you're training the teacher, or K-12 students, or working in college, is HTML awareness something you take on? How?