I recall my mum telling me the subjects she used to study when she was in school. Some of them were similar to the ones I studied in school except for one class. They were taught how to use a typewriter. At the time it was the next best thing.
These days kids are instructed how to use their computers. In fact some can take computer classes so they know how to utilize the basic programs like Microsoft Word and Excel. Which leaves us to question whether they should also study the HTML code.
For anybody who is not computer literate this is a perplexing code that computers utilize to send and create information and layouts. Every web site that you look at when you go on the Internet utilizes the HTML code. You cannot view it unless you can enter into the mysterious back door of the site. Then you might be assaulted by the code and what it really stands for.
I, myself pride on being able to operate a computer better then most individuals and having been utilizing one since I was four years old. Yet, I have never been able to know the HTML code. It is as difficult as attempting to learn Spanish or French. It takes time and somebody who knows what they are talking about.
But learning the HTML code used to make them may just be necessary. Thousands of companies are placing their info on their own individual web sites and they need one or more individuals to know how to create it and set it up. If this is something you would enjoy to do then perhaps it is time you took classes at your school and learned the HTML language.