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Fjeddy

Member Since 20 Jan 2008
Offline Last Active Sep 07 2008 06:59 AM
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Posts I've Made

In Topic: Importance of HTML

25 February 2008 - 07:18 AM

True, but still. Even if it validates doesn't mean its following the standards 100%. Until the MIME-type issues are solved I'm gonna stick to transitional.

In Topic: Favorite WYSIWYG

24 February 2008 - 01:38 AM

Didn't Adobe buy the entire Macromedia company?

*I'm a faithfull follower of Mr. Zeldmans teachings about the importance of following web standards. And in my oppinion, dreamweaver (that is "Dreamweaver 8", as I haven't tried any of the later versions) didn't even try to encourage the use of correct MIME-types, XML-declarations, (and why NOT to use) inline CSS/Javascripting, **, not even Doctype definitions where mentioned! It is designed for new users, and new users usually don't have a clue about those things. This could easily be solved with perhaps a pop-up giving a brief tip about what to use and why. So why not go the extra mile and add this?

...No wonder why 99% of the web isn't complying with W3C's guidelines :(

PS. If Macromedia "corrected" this in the later versions; spank me. DS.

*I Just remebered that the rules state that "...brief posts that add nothing at all to the topic at hand." -is considered spam, so I added this little rant. :P

In Topic: Use my server as a remote web viewer?

12 February 2008 - 02:26 PM

Just don't get caught wanking of at work.

In Topic: New Computer Programming Language 'D'?

12 February 2008 - 01:51 PM

"D" must be the "Oslo" project in a new guise. :pee:

In Topic: 404 Page?

26 January 2008 - 03:20 AM

The most important part is the user experience. Sending them back to the hompage without letting them know why, is going to confuse the user. They'll probably think they've reached their intended destination, and starts looking for the content they where hoping to get.

Never allow a user to be confused, go with the 404.

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