Re: WYSIWYG editor
> Actually WYSIWYG is VERY BAD for web page creation. People can resize their
> windows etc - and then what? All your WYSIWYG has gone to waste. In
> addition your WYSIWYG is probably not even rendering the same as your
> favorite browsers.
> As annoying as it may be at the start, the best way is probably to edit
> with a text editor and have a browser (or several browsers) rendering the
Yup. I had a short-lived job once cutting and pasting various entries into
pre-existing web pages. They insisted upon Dreamweaver. Then the stuff simply
looked awful or out of place in the browser.
Whatever tool one uses (Nvu is a nice opensource tool!), one MUST test pages,
their scripts and forms and all, in several browsers. IE, Firefox/Mozilla
varients, Opera, Dillo, Konqueror, etc. It is surprizing after all the
development that has gone into these things that no two work the same and no