I've been getting a lot of questions about the level of detail required to get top
There's not a lot of room for a high level of detail, so top marks will actually
depend more on what you leave out than the level of detail that you go into.
You can link to w3schools etc if you want all the attributes of a tag to be
accessible, but what you should have is what you think the important aspects of
HTML, CSS and JS are, and the examples you provide to support this
Think, if you had just 10 minutes to explain the most important parts of HTML,CSS
and JS to someone, how would you do it? Dumping in a massive amount of detail
probably isn't the answer.
For example the anchor tag is probably the most important invention in HTML as
hyperlinks made the web what it was. paragraph and heading tags aren't interesting,
as they are effectively an artifact of word processing.
Also, do a bit of research about how the web evolved. applets and flash use to be
critical to web apps and multimedia, but have now been surplanted by HTML5 and
The CV page is just for the marker to know a bit about you, but is also an
opportunity for you to polish up your CV. As a soon to be expert in WebDev, you'll
want to be applying for all the cool jobs ;)