With neither quill nor qualm, Roy Schestowitz quothed:
> __/ [mbstevens] on Tuesday 03 January 2006 15:15 \__
> > Nowhere wrote:
> >> Making a small web site/page. Is it any good? How do you use it? Thanks.
> > First you buy Dreamweaver.
> > Then you spend as much time as you would learning (X)HTML learning it.
> > Then you make your page with it.
> > Then you learn (X)HTML.
> > Then you message Dreamweaver's output using your new skills.
> > Or:
> > Download a good template.
> > Teach yourself (X)HTML by modifying it a few lines at a time.
> > Invest the time you've saved learning a server side language.
> Good answer. I learned this as a teenager, initially using Word to produce
> HTML output. Massaging such 'output' is a task considerably more daunting.
> It is also highly time-consuming and helps you realise why WYSIWYG can never
> work. It can hinder your progress and productivity at best.
I like your answer, too. I also believe WYSIWYG can never really work,
at least beyond the absolutely beginning stages of the learning curve.
Contrary to popular belief, it is believable.