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The grid below is from the Mozilla Web Literacies White Paper where we discuss the skills, competencies and literacies needed to not only consume but help make the web!

EXPLORING CREATING CONNECTING PROTECTING
BEGINNER
Browser basics
(e.g. URLs, copy/paste)
HTML basics
(e.g. adding images, linking)
Participation
(e.g. etiquette, curation)
Privacy
(e.g. cookies, privacy controls)
Search engine basics
(e.g. keyword search, filtering)
CSS basics
(e.g. fonts, positioning)
Collaboration
(e.g. co-creation, wikis)
Security basics
(e.g. HTTPS, password management)
Web mechanics
(e.g. view source, hyperlinks)
Web design basics
(e.g. affordances of the web, designing for audiences)
Sharing
(e.g. social networks, embedding)
Rights online
(e.g. copyright, open licensing)
INTERMEDIATE
Browser skills
(e.g. cookie management, add-ons)
Javascript basics
(e.g. programming basics, javascript syntax)
Contributing to web communities
(e.g. distributed working, collaborative curation)
Identity
(e.g. personal information curation, tracking management)
Credibility
(e.g. trustworthiness of websites, evaluating information)
Advanced web design
(e.g. responsive design, accessibility)
Storytelling
(e.g. multimedia, augmentation)
Security & encryption
(e.g. data protection, basic encryption)
Remixing
(e.g. mashups, hackable games)
Infrastructure
(e.g. hosting, domains)
Open practices
(e.g. open standards, open source)
Legalese on the web
(e.g. privacy policies, terms of service agreements)