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Re: 'class' and English element names (was Re: Semantics/Profiles/Namespaces/Modules)

From: Jeroen Budts <jeroen@lightyear.be>
Date: Mon, 03 Nov 2003 10:16:44 +0100
Message-ID: <3FA61CFC.7080001@lightyear.be>
To: Lachlan Hunt <lhunt07@postoffice.csu.edu.au>
Cc: www-html@w3.org



Lachlan Hunt wrote:

>  I somewhat agree on this.  As a university IT student, all my web 
> based subjects have told us that we cannot use WYSIWYG editors, and 
> out of the people I know in the IT course prefer hand coding, others 
> prefer the GUI.  I am disappointed, though, that they are still 
> teaching broken, non standard HTML here (including all presentational 
> elements, and very little about CSS).
>  It's different for students in other courses when they make a web 
> page, but most of those students will probably never make another one 
> in their life because they're not interested.


Yep for me the same, I'm in my second year IT at the Karel de Grote 
Hogeschool (University of Professional Education). In the first year we 
also learnt 'HTML', but it was also very invalid HTML, using a lot of 
styletags and even <marquee /> YUK! After that is was even worse! We 
learnt how to use M$ Frontpage and we even had to do an exam about it 
:'-( In the third year we can choose 'Webdesign and Multimedia' as an 
option and then we learn how to use Dreamwaver :-s

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