Also the W3Schools is a great reference but it's the technical side of design. The practical side is a different story. I scored around 95 for the HTML test on there but that just means I was studying not that I know it all. Practice makes perfect and nothing in life especially web design works right out of the box.
I don't like that post at all. trying to be funny and wasn't (yes I didn't find if funny, thus it isn't and never will be)
I don't know where I fall, I understand enough to work with photoshop and dreamweaver to make a site. I can 'debug' problems that pop up and I know enough code that I could get a basic html page out of note pad.
75% on the quiz, some stuff on it I've never used. I guess once I learn it I
I scored a 70%, I am sadly currently residing between level 2 and level 3. I will grow to level 5/6 mainly because I am a stubborn, gotta learn it all and challenge myself kinda guy. even if I dont need it. I know a lot about biology, audiology, and neurology too, but that was just a phase..... I like pretty pictures and complex code better. B>/
You should allow access to the cumulative results for those who've completed the survey. If someone takes the time out to do a lengthy survey with a lot of thought involved, there should be some pay off...