My opinion is that your HTML and CSS experience from 8 years ago is likely to come back to you like riding a bicycle. However, even if you need to brush up, I wouldn't recommend going and taking courses because the HTML and CSS that I recommend you use is pretty much limited to:
HTML - DIV, BR, HR, FONT, TABLE, OL, UL and SPAN tags. Now I might be forgetting some that I use, but these are the only ones I use frequently to get the job done.
CSS - Fonts, Backgrounds and Borders. It''s basically a combination of colors and styles that get the job done.
Finally, I think it would be appropriate if you wanted to copy/paste some/all of my feedback into the community post for others to see. I'd hate to see some of this feedback lost in direct messages for only our benefit!
Narayan Maddy Martin Fairway Independent Mortgage Corporation