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[filmscanners] RE: Web home page writing software



Much of what you say is true, but I have to take issue with one thing.
Writing in HTML is equivalent to programming in assembly language. If all
you want is a small web site, with no dynamically generated content, then
write in HTML, and manually find and fix the comparatively small number of
syntax and semantic errors that you make. If you want even a medium-sized
web site, then you'd be crazy to do it in plain HTML, because the amount of
repetitive typing would be prohibitive, and the number of needless bugs
would be enormous. The few hundred bucks spent on higher-level web design
software is only a waste of money if your time is worth nothing.

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Ciao,               Paul D. DeRocco
Paul                mailto:pderocco@ix.netcom.com

> From: Anthony Atkielski
>
> Notepad is the best tool for building a Web site, although a fancier text
> editor would be a tad easier to use.  Notepad and a good book on HTML.
>
> Web pages are nothing more than text files, with a couple of special
> keywords thrown into the text.  You can save yourself hundreds of
> dollars by
> learning the handful of keywords that you need and just building the pages
> directly with a text editor.  Web-building software is quite a scam, in my
> view.  The Web was designed to be human-friendly to build (remember that
> originally Web pages were intended to be built by scholars with
> no specific
> computer expertise for sharing of information).

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