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"In any case, the development of a conference website requires coding expertise or communication with web developers. Both of which "

Do I need a semi-colon after developers and before both? Or??

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Hi,

No. You need a comma.

Best wishes, Clive
Hi Clive

"In any case, the development of a conference website requires coding expertise or communication with web developers. Both of which "

Is 'Both of which' correctly used? It seems that there are some missing words.

Many thanks.

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Thedynamix"In any case, the development of a conference website requires coding expertise or communication with web developers. Both of which "
Communication is probably not the word you want to use there.
Hi,

"In any case, the development of a conference website requires coding expertise or communication with web developers. Both of which "

Is 'Both of which' correctly used? It seems that there are some missing words.

Yes, I assume the writer did not feel it necessary to continue with complete second sentence. It could, for example, be something like this.

In any case, the development of a conference website requires coding expertise or communication with web developers, both of which involve extra costs.

Consider a couple of simpler examples.

I have a car, which is red.

I have a car and a van, both of which are red. ('And' with this structure is more straightforward than ''or')

As you can see, a comma is fine.

Best wishes, Clive

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Thanks,Clive, for your reply.