November 03, 2009
My tools only do what I’ve told them to do. Back when>Dreamweaver first landed, I wanted to love it. I was so tired of the repetitive motion of developing HTML pages and the idea of a tool that was going to visually handle that laborious process was appealing. Problem was, Dreamweaver changed my code… without asking. It what? Dreamweaver was attempting to be helpful, but the moment it reformatted my code, I threw a fit. YOU TOUCHED MY CODE. Dreamweaver never recovered from that horrendous first impression.
I agree wholeheartedly.
Written by Scott Williams who lives and works in sunny Phoenix, AZ. Twitter is also a place.