Was just thinking about HTML sites this week. Undoubtedly, other code has greater versatility, but HTML is indespensible - even for CSS sites. But the internet's wealth of information is not produced by just web designers. A lot of the information resources are provided by average homeowner types who are very good at their crafts, hobbies and research. For many of them, HTML is the easiest to deal with. Gets them from point A to point B reliably. For the heck of it, today, I viewed the page source of pages like Google uses too, and noticed how HTML-thick the code was. As stuff like CSS goes, or stays, or changes, HTML is virtualy etched in stone, and the simple tutorial websites for it, seem to increase yearly, and become better explained each time I visit. There is strength in teamwork, and I think that the HTML code is one of the easiest codes to enable several people in a family - and business - to get busy on a website. And it allows them to modify the layout of the page easy too. They have their boundaries, but at least they know their territory.