graeme_p - 5:17 pm on Jul 7, 2010 (gmt 0)
I look at this the other way.
HTML is not hard to learn, and non-WYSIWIG HTML editors are pretty productive, as are well set-up text editors.
So what are the advantages of WYSIWIG?
Furthermore, HTML is not WYSIWIG (because of different screen sizes, browser settings, etc.). HTML and CSS have lots of features specifically deal with the fact that it is not WYSIWIG (ALT tags, display:inline-block, different style sheets for different media, different ways of specifying widths and heights, etc.).
I am sure things have improved since I last used a WYSIWIG editor, so tell me:
How do you deal with all the above in a WYSIWIG editor? AI How well WYSIWIG editors interact with various CMS's and frameworks template languages?