On 6/24/05, Andreas Jung <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> --On 24. Juni 2005 10:56:12 +0100 John Poltorak <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
> > It seems that I'm not the only one who woul like to see more examples of
> > ZPTs. Is there a repository for examples of what you can do with ZPT's to
> > make a web page look nicely set out?
> >
> What has ZPT to do with "make a web page look nicely"? ZPT produces HTML.
> The produces the HTML that is coming from your programming. If your ZPTs
> produce trash HTML then the pages will be rendered as trash. So it is up to
> you to produce correct HTML that looks somehow. But the implication that
> ZPT is responsible because your site look trashy is just stupid. Fix your
> HTMl, learn about web design, learn to use CSS but please stop your crying
> about things that are just not true or about technologies that you
> obviously don't understand. Maybe you should use some other framework that
> it is easier for you.

Whoah. All he did is say that he thinks the documentation is unsatisfactory...

I don't agree, especially, but John: You can always expand and put up
examples on zopewiki.org.


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