Originally Posted by aussieNickuss
Even if you use Dreamweaver, or CMS' (such as Wordpress etc.), you're still using HTML & CSS. Unless you're only ever building simple templated sites, you'll still need to know how to knock together basic HTML and CSS code.
By the way, if you put together a tutorial several years ago, you might want to consider making sure it's still relevant. Both HTML and CSS have evolved a lot in the last 4-5 years, especially with the advent of CSS3 and HTML5.
Any even moderately well-built site will require some HTML and CSS knowledge. My site is built using Wordpress but that's a conscious choice and not one that relieves me from knowing HTML and CSS (and XML, PHP, and a bit of SQL from time to time) entirely.
That said, HTML5 is the up and coming knowledge that is needed. Even long-time web dev's like myself (been coding html since back when Dreamweaver was a just a song by Gary Wright), can benefit from knowing what is new and improved in HTML5 and CSS3.
A tutorial you worked up "a few years ago" is probably not much help to anyone, though. A few months ago? Now we're talking.