John_Keates - 5:02 pm on Jun 2, 2010 (gmt 0)
Just pointing a few things out:
- HTML is designed to be a human-readable markup language
- HTML is not a compiled or bytecode language, it's text. Therefore the ASM vs compiler etc is not a valid analogy.
Using HTML but not using it in a human readable way defeats the the purpose it was designed for: human readable text markup.
Now that doesn't have anything to do with WYSIWYG editors vs text editors, but with the definitions of what everybody is talking about.