Most online journalists will have the basics of HTML and be able to hand code a link, know how to display a headline as bold and have the skills to add emphasis.
And while you have probably heard for HTML5 you may not have looked into what this means for you as a journalist.
If that is the case here is a helpful background article headlined HTML5: briefing notes for journalists and analysts.
To read up on the new mark-ups then here’s Martin Belam’s incredibly useful HTML 5 for journalists, which was published just over a year ago.
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