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le 14 mars 2004
I like to tinker around with new codes to see if I can learn their pattern or logic before reading. This time it backfired on me. Several places I could have saved time from rewriting and designing the site were pointed out in this book. The most glaring (and I hate to admit it) boo boo was pointed out on page 41 where it says that word processors have a "save as html" option and do not use it. The code kept disappearing on me and I thought it was either bad syntax or a bad word processor. It never dawned on me that this option was for converting word documents to html. I like her attitude about using the individual html descriptors in place of CSS. It makes more sense to have the control need the object. CSS has a COBOL attitude in having everything laid out in a section separate form the code. Bottom line html is the lowest common denominator and can be used in any situation. And this book is the clearest on how and why to use it.
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