On Jan 5, 2013, at 4:24 PM, Silvio Siefke <siefke_lis...@web.de> wrote: > > What should me say this two words? You not use nano, ok. Editors enough > on earth. Or you not write manually? Then share the way! Or use a CMS?
Silvio: You said -- > 1.) All websites are created manually. (nano + html/css Tags) -- and I replied "Not mine". In other words, some of my web-sites are NOT created manually. They are dynamically generated from user input. For example: http://ancientstones.com For the exception of the static First page, FAQ page, and Contact page, all other pages are generated from user input/direction. I don't use nano (I don't even know what that is), but what I do is to create pages that pass W3C compliance and follow "best" practices. From what I've gathered from most frameworks I've reviewed, they have problems (similar to ASP) in mixing different languages in ways such that compliance with W3C and accessibility issues are difficult, if not impossible, to achieve. Even CMS's have difficulty with compliance and accessibility issues because of the lack of knowledge of the user/client. I have clients who insist on CMS's, but then are clueless as to user issues and difficulties.. So, where does that leave a "Web Developer?" It leaves them with the responsibility to learn and apply what they learned to their craft. Is there an easy way out, such as to use a certain framework, or CMS, or other such attempts at minimizing the work involved? The answer is a simple "No". Instead, you have to spend every waking hour learning and applying that knowledge with openness to the possibility that you still don't understand the problems involved -- it's a never ending battle to educate yourself. Cheers, tedd _____________________ t...@sperling.com http://sperling.com -- PHP General Mailing List (http://www.php.net/) To unsubscribe, visit: http://www.php.net/unsub.php