> Telling from the job title i think its someone who modifies/edits someone else’s HTML
This is not necessarily the case. If your title is HTML editor I would assume that you would be solving HTML problems/issues. Whether you edit someone else’s code or not is irrelevant. This could be a great opportunity to get your feet wet. Don’t dismiss this opportunity just because…
> website with unorganized and uncommented code, and a bunch of separate files that didn’t need to be separate.
You could solve these problems for them.
> Thanks, I wasn’t planning on lying to the guy, especially if I knew I wouldn’t be able to do it. I just wanted to know what it was going to be like and I think Jarolin helped quite a bit, haha.
I would recommend being honest, but still try to get the job. You could “fake it til you make it”, but please be honest and willing to be challenged. This opportunity can only benefit you.