I wholeheartedly agree that one should learn handcoded html,
if only in order to be able to clean up what the html
editors do that you want to customize. I have found that it
is possible to write very complex files with code warrior or
dreamweaver. From the zope interface, you can import a dtml
document, and pull up the edited file into zope. When you
try to submit the 'change' command, the zope parser will
throw out any errors, etc.
> "Henny van der Linde" <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > ...Zope forces you often to go to nitty gritty details of HTML
> > I think that's a good thing (for me). GUI tools tend to make
> > you very lazy and often produce horrible HTML (for example Frontpage).
> Today's best WYSIWYG editors produce excellent HTML, including Dreamweaver
> and Allaire Homesite. (There should be a rule that nothing is every
> usefully compared to the hideous Frontpage.)
> Zope's text box interfaces do encourage you to mess with low level HTML, but
> there is no help or verification that you actually know what you're doing.
> Learning raw HTML is fun and can be useful, but if you program that way, you
> should always follow up with a *validator* like CSE HTML Validator or a
> recent build of Weblint. You will find errors! And errors do matter!
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