[kwlug-disc] What are people using to write HTML with?
jvj at golden.net
jvj at golden.net
Thu Dec 12 08:53:38 EST 2013
In October I engaged a lawyer/notary who had a website pop up through
The website comprised single page.
Created by the lawyer herself to draw in business.
Interested I asked about the website.
She created the page after buying a book on HTML
Using Notepad. (WIN OT here - apologies).
*IX equivalent (and more)): VI etc.
My sister uses Weebly and Picasa.
Others I know Wordpress.
HTML can be done with minimal tools.
HTML/websites can be complex with HTML CSS JS JQuery SEO server side
scripting and code
add to that CMS like Drupal etc
Answer to OP: Yes and No (as in all things HTML)
On Thu, 12 Dec 2013 01:15:38 -0500, unsolicited <unsolicited at swiz.ca>
> Good / interesting question.
> OTOH, I want to say bloatware / complexity. e.g. css And redundant /
> useless div's, spans, and the like.
> OTOH, sheer complexity? In favour of entire 'environments' and IDEs?
> Web is no longer just html. Add in 'connectedness', the number of
> connectors, widgets, 'code bits', and other 'standard everywhere'
> fanciness, is it all too much for ed or vi? If everything is objects
> Stylistic consistency, code reuse, ...
> Publishing has gone beyond the realm of the individual page coder to
> Drupal, Wordpress, wiki's, and the like?
> And depends upon what one is trying to do - a single page, get
> noticed (so Facebook, Google+, linkedin, twitter?), a small 'site',
> an entire business / web presence / connectedness?
> And do any CMS comparisons, as you note, and you'll drown in choices
> (while it all being beyond anyone's ability to understand 'what it
> On 13-12-12 01:00 AM, John Kerr wrote:
>> I wonder, Since most of the websites are run under Content
>> programs that have their own html editor, is that why we are seeing
>> editors or editors that have not been improved on too much?
>> Just asking.
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