RE: xml editor?

Subject: RE: xml editor?
From: <rstone75 -at- kc -dot- rr -dot- com>
To: KRH -at- weiland-wfg -dot- com
Date: Tue, 8 Jul 2008 12:39:42 -0500

Hi all

Just hazarding a guess here, but maybe because Word was initially created for producing print documents and HTML is a kludge that was added later. Sort of like some of these houses you see that began life as a double-wide trailer and folks just kept building around it. ;)

Cheers... Rick :)

Keith Hansen wrote:
> Peter wrote:
> <<I'm looking for a simple, opensource (i.e. free) HTML editor that
> doesn't pollute files with unnecessary <xml> markup.>>
> This raises a question I've had for a long time. I use Word as an HTML
> editor. When I look at the code that Word generates, it always seems to
> contain tons of extra code. In many cases, I know the same result could
> be achieved with less code.
> Question: Why does Word do this?
> Just curious.... Presumably there is some reason why Word does this.
> Then again, maybe not...
> Keith

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