What are your perferences as a web designer? 4 facets of web design most webmast

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  1. hotwebideas profile image72
    hotwebideasposted 7 years ago

    What are your perferences as a web designer? 4 facets of web design most webmasters argue about...

    1. Hand Coded HTML vs Dreamweaver?

    2. Tableless CSS layout or Using Tables as layouts?

    3. HTML 4 or HTML 5?

    4. Javascript or jQuery?

    5. PHP or .NET?

    I have a hub on this, but I would love to hear people's preferences for web design.


  2. jacharless profile image76
    jacharlessposted 7 years ago

    1. Hand Coded html!
    2. CSS3 for tableless, else CSS2 w/ few tables
    3. HTML 4. I think 5 is really a transitional MO.
    4. jquery -just smooth...
    5. PHP5.   .Net is over -especially with nearly 60% of development going iOS and web 2.0 for CMS like Joomla and even Square Space.

    I prefer to code by hand, as I feel connected to the design itself. Code is my paint, and that white page my canvas. CSS is my medium over DW. I use Coda.


  3. vinner profile image81
    vinnerposted 7 years ago

    Dreamweaver is preferred by me than hand coding as it gives the same experience as editing in a word processor and a graphic designer simultaneously. HTML 5 is the technology of future anyway. So we need to move on to it.

  4. hotwebideas profile image72
    hotwebideasposted 7 years ago

    Darn it. I spelled "Preferences" wrong. I am very glad this was not a question on using Spell Checks!!! It was an honest typo. LOL

  5. profile image48
    albertmusoliniposted 7 years ago


    Most of web designer in Singapore uses the Zylone It for developing their skills in web designing.
    visit http://www.zylone.com/

  6. centp002 profile image61
    centp002posted 7 years ago

    Hand Coded HTML - CSS layout - HTML 5 - Javascript.

  7. thebfdesigns profile image37
    thebfdesignsposted 6 years ago

    Hand Coded HTML with Dreamweaver using Tableless CSS layout. I'm more comfortable in HTML4 but want to advance my HTML5. Javascript and Jquery may depends, I would love to check for jQuery "write less, do more" and last PHP. Hope this helps.


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