Of course, my experience dates back to using a program called “Hotdog” to write html code. Notepad was the tool of choice for those of us too smart to Hotdog. Being able to use tables was a big deal, and not every browser supported them.
That said, this web site is the best example of my web skills to date. Being that I was a creative director immediately before starting my own business, I didn't have a lot of time to “get my hands dirty.” Being a former employee of a library services company, OCLC, (libraries save everything), I have found examples of my work still surviving on the worldwide web.
I didn’t do this one, but they’re still using my layout! Yeah. Check it out
I consider a microsite to be a miniature web site that lives within a bigger web site. They have their own navigation systems within the “shell” of the bigger site. The ones I’ve done don't write dynamic content or pass information between the server and the user. Some are intranet sites and some are just plain small.