Composer Voted Third Best Web Development Tool in Readers' Choice Awards

Monday December 1st, 2003

irongut writes in with news that Mozilla Composer 1.5 came third in the Best Web Development Tool category of the CNET 2nd Annual Readers' Choice Awards: "Their commentary says: 'Mozilla's relatively high showing is a bit of a surprise because, frankly, I never considered it to be a development tool. Perhaps those members using Mozilla would like to share with us what they like about it as a Web development tool.' Obviously they've never heard of Venkman."

#6 Re: don't forget the dom explorer

by jilles

Tuesday December 2nd, 2003 2:45 AM

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The main reason I use dreamweaver in code mode is that it sucks at interpreting CSS. I find that when I am designing I prefer to work with code whereas when I'm adding content I like to swith to wysiwyg. Typing the href gibberish and having to think about closing your p tags is tedious when you are typing text for your website. Adding a link should not be more difficult than highlighting some words and pasting a link.