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Subject:Re: HTML books/tutorials From:joanne grey <j -dot- grey -at- WORLDNET -dot- ATT -dot- NET> Date:Sat, 23 Nov 1996 11:25:46 -0800
David Demyan wrote:
> I use good HTML tools too, but I _always_ go into the raw HTML code
> to tweak things once it is done. The closest I've come to avoiding
> the code is to use Netscape Gold, which I guess is something like
> HD and PageMill.
I have to agree. When people ask me the best HTML editor, I usually
reply "Notepad". :-)
The Netscape editor is nice, and it doesn't try to do more than I want
an editor to do, but I, too, always tweak the raw code in the final
revision. It's faster, easier, and I have more control.