Hours Spent Learning Basis of HTML
- Most users (82.0%) spent between 1 and 6 hours learning HTML. Many
users learned HTML in only 1 to 3 hours (55.2%).
- The category "Not Applicable" refers to users who have created web
documents, but who have not actually written HTML. Only 2.3% of users
creating web documents have not learned basic HTML.
- Users in Europe report spending less time learning HTML than users in the US
(86.55% vs. 81.65% spending less than 6 hours).
- Prodigy users report spending slightly more time learning HTML with
4.47% more spending more than 12 hours.
- 7.05% more Prodigy
users responded with "Not Applicable" than overall users.
- Females also report spending more time learning basic HTML than males
(78.65% vs. 82.57% spending less than 6 hours).
Table of Data for All Categories
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GVU's WWW Surveying Team
Graphics, Visualization, & Usability Center
College of Computing
Georgia Institute of Technology
Atlanta, GA 30332-0280