It appears as if Amara Graps <Amara.Graps@mpi-hd.mpg.de> wrote:
|I hand-code (using Emacs, BBEdit editors) all of my Web pages , and I
|agree that it's a nuisance to type the HTML tags, so I use macros
|(different ones), whereever I can.
In short, why perform repetitive tasks when one have a computer to do them?
Personally, I find the available macro packages somewhat lacking, so I use
PERL programs to create the pages from one internal form or another. Then
I can also customize the generated code for various browsers if I so wish.
As to HTML editors, EMACSen have HTML modes in which one can e.g. start a
<P>new paragraph</P>. Non-programmers may enjoy a graphical HTML editor
which generates sloppy HTML code, however.
Your mileage may vary.
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