John_Keates - 11:36 am on Jun 1, 2010 (gmt 0)
"Lady, lady", we do not know that. All we know is that that this is your opinion and we have to consider that it may be wrong.
Well, that might be the way you just read it. It sums up to:
"Everybody uses the tool(s) he or she wishes to use and that is fine"
But that is just a simple version of:
WYSIWYG is mostly meant for:
- Static content
- People who just want to make money
- Publishing content
Text Coding is meant for:
- All of the above
- Total and complete control
- Doing the work yourself, and thereby putting your knowledge to work
- Bleeding edge & the latest and maybe greatest (but that doesn't always apply)
Of course, you might not like that, or have a preference or experience, but it is the way it is.
That said, it doesn't mean DW is bad, or that you can't do both. It also doesn't mean that there is only one way to reach a goal.
If that isn't clear by now, it doesn't really matter who is going to say what..