[TriLUG] OT: Website Administrator position
volcimaster at gmail.com
Wed Jul 30 11:46:37 EDT 2008
nvu (nvu.com) is the closest thing I've seen to a wysiwyg editor that does well.
On Wed, Jul 30, 2008 at 10:30 AM, Paul McLanahan <pmclanahan at gmail.com> wrote:
> On Tue, Jul 29, 2008 at 8:35 PM, Jim Ray <jim at neuse.net> wrote:
>> Now, HTML expert or no, I use Dreamweaver whenever I want to really
>> control how a web site looks. It is the only editor I have seen that
>> won't screw up the code.
> Dreamweaver does have a good code editing mode. But when used in
> WYSIWYG mode it too screws up the code; all WYSIWYG editors do. It is
> their way.
> I much prefer a good HTML and CSS aware text editor to a visual one.
> But I've been writing HTML by hand for many years now, and I can
> understand the steepness of the learning curve might be a bit much for
> the beginner to intermediate web developer. However, I will say that
> the best way to get good at it is to immerse yourself in the code. And
> there's no better way to do that than to break out Gedit :)
> PS - Drupal++. I've used it for a while now for CMS and for writing
> small webapps contained in drupal modules. Once you get over the
> learning curve, it's really amazingly powerful. I highly recommend the
> book "Pro Drupal Development" by VanDyk and Westgate.
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