NYTimes say that they don’t use these dreaded WYSIWYG HTML editors for their site. Good for them. A good text editor is all what anyone needs for HTML. You might need a helping auto-complete tool for CSS, but it stops there. I am personally more interested in hand-optimized HTML markup than “validating” HTML. You see, these WYSIWYG editors can create validated markup, but that doesn’t make that code more compatible or faster.

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