Re: html and dreamweaver

I've always experienced some W3C problems even when hand coding. My
philosophy is to use Dreamweaver to set up tables and things that you need
to see. Then go in, clean the code up, and add your text and pictures. I
doubt there will ever be a W3C compliant wysiwyg program.

>Ken Grygienc
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Received on Wednesday, 6 December 2000 15:23:20 UTC