by "Webmaster" <nstar92(at)bellatlantic.net>
||Tue, 3 Jul 2001 10:19:30 -0400
||"Timo Markkanen" <timo.markkanen(at)moh.hnet.bc.ca>,
"Chuck Evans" <chuck.evans(at)click2learn.com>
||"'HWG Techniques'" <hwg-techniques(at)hwg.org>
I am going back to Arachnophilia and learining basic coding all over. It
will not change these programs, so I will change my methods. I have grown
too dependent on those programs which "contribute to my laziness"
----- Original Message -----
From: "Timo Markkanen" <timo.markkanen(at)moh.hnet.bc.ca>
To: "Chuck Evans" <chuck.evans(at)click2learn.com>
Cc: "'HWG Techniques'" <hwg-techniques(at)hwg.org>
Sent: Friday, June 29, 2001 2:05 PM
Subject: Re: Dreamweaver
> Hi Chuck. great question and I hope there's some answers. Just this
> was spending time deleting those in Homesite. I did find out that if I
> them in Dreamweaver they left things like height=" " and width= " " in the
> I know I'm stuck editing the existing pages I have but I'd like to see DW
> add those for any future tables I might need.
> Chuck Evans wrote:
> > Grrr. I hate Dreamweaver. Not because it isn't a good web design tool,
> > because in the hands of someone who doesn't know good, basic HTML and
> > cross-browser issues, it can be a deadly weapon.
> > My question: Where do I go to learn the RIGHT way to use Dreamweaver?
> > I set up DW so it doesn't mess with some nice, tight code when it opens
> > up? How do I tell DW to stop putting in table cell heights and widths
> > time someone drags a table cell border up, down or sideways? (Those dang
> > tags are a legacy pain in the patootie on my site.)
> > Thanks in advance for any thoughts or suggestions.
> > Chuck Evans
> Timo Markkanen
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