Rob Day said: >The members of the web team use Dreamweaver and most >wouldn't know HTML if they saw it. These are sharp people, but >authoring web pages is not anyone's primary function. What about Dreamweaver MX 2004? I am told that MX 2004 can produce much cleaner code than earlier versions (even MX 2002). The trick would be to use the tool judiciously. Macromedia has a number of tutorials and articles on this topic, so perhaps your sharp non-HTMLers would be willing to teach themselves. Of course, I have doubts that any WYSIWYG authoring tool will be able to reliably generate semantic markup, or implement the various CSS hacks that are still a fact of life right now. Anyone use MX 2004? Jeroen said: >What about a Wiki? They have to learn some very simple markup rules. Or >you could plug in some rich text editor like HTML area. No Wiki I have seen uses anything but tables for layout. However, TikiWiki (tikiwiki.org) is a powerful wiki that does generate decent hybrid code. Maximillian Von Schwanekamp -----Original Message----- From: Jeroen Coumans [mailto:jeroen at jeroencoumans.nl] Sent: Thursday, February 26, 2004 9:42 AM To: thelist at lists.evolt.org Subject: Re: [thelist] Getting compliant code from normal people Rob Day said the following on 02/26/04 16:52: > > I'm looking for something like a CMS that will work with templates > I create, but allow the authors very limited design control. Sort What about a Wiki? They have to learn some very simple markup rules. Or you could plug in some rich text editor like HTML area. -- Groeten/Greetings, Jeroen Coumans www.jeroencoumans.nl -- * * Please support the community that supports you. * * http://evolt.org/help_support_evolt/ For unsubscribe and other options, including the Tip Harvester and archives of thelist go to: http://lists.evolt.org Workers of the Web, evolt !