Re: html and dreamweaver

Frank Tobin wrote:  "Lastly, of course, who would use soemthing as simple as
notepad or wordpad
when they could be using a powerful "editor" such as X/Emacs :)"

*Smile* Me.  I cannot afford to buy Dreamweaver just to try it out (nor
would I buy something just to try it) and I have seen some sites designed by
Dreamweaver and I am perfectly happy using my notepad. I am still learning
as I am sure any web designer who takes his or her work seriously.  One day,
well we can always hope the "perfect editor" will be developed.  But til
then, I say do it the way you are most comfortable with as long as it
produces accessible code.



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