Drew a écrit :
> I beg to differ. I've used Dreamweaver for years and while I can't
> speak for the latest versions, the MX version released in 2002
> produced some of the cleanest (x)html I've seen.
XHTML is supposed to be semantic, e. g. it indicates clearly that "this
is a quotation", "this is an abbreviation", etc. The only thing
Dreamweaver can do is put cleanly indented <div></div> brackets around
everything, to make sure no search engine leafing through the page will
ever have the slightest clue about the content. Which is bad.
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