I'm interested to know who uses WYSIWYG to develop their sites versus coding by hand?
Do you really feel that using a WYSIWYG is a time saver or is it just lack of know how?
Well i use Dreamweaver CS5 and i cant imagine typing out all the code which would take many many hours so why not let Dreamweaver Cs5 put the code in the page as you type .Yes it is a huge time saver when you on working on 21 different websites , also Dreamweaver makes no mistakes when putting in the code ( i do )
I have been designing websites for 15 years and still hand code- I know people love Dreamweaver, but I love the control of hand coding.
WYSIWYG is helpful for a person who is a PRO. For a novice, its always better to stick with hand-coding. it helps to strengthen the basics of coding.
If you are a pro, moving to a WYSIWYG editor can be helpful. It saves time.
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