• From: mathew <m@xxxxxxxxxxxxx>
  • To: muglo@xxxxxxxxxxxxx
  • Date: Fri, 3 Sep 2004 17:25:28 -0400

hi all. new to this list. found the list when trying to get to 
macoutpost.on.ca today after running a search.


reading some posts re: web development software for the mac. i would 
suggest you ditch classic apps (unless you're only running os =< 9.x 
and get something like skedit, bbedit, or even use the bundled textedit 
app to write code by hand.

it's the best way to learn. if you're some kinda megageek, you can even 
use terminal's pico editor, turn your os x-enabled mac into a web 
server, and dev you sites locally before putting them up somewhere 

many wysiwyg editors out there create extraneous code that ends up 
taking up space (or in the case of claris homepage 3.0, creates 
non-standards-compliant code with uppercase tags, etc.).

you could try adobe golive cs if you've got the cash. i think 
dreamweaver's becoming an industry standard for quickly-whipped up 
sites and projects.


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