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By glazou on Sunday 7 August 2005, 21:55 - Nvu
The title says it all, and all I can say is "wow!"
"Although Nvu does rely on some older, less-efficient workarounds to encode page designs into HTML (for instance, using tables to pin text and graphics in place)"
What does it mean by that? I'm pretty sure Nvu uses "position: absolute", like any well-behaved modern editor should.
While the writeup was good, there are two glaring errors that give a wrong impression of nvu.
----(Unlike Microsoft Word and its ilk, however, Nvu can't check your spelling as you type, only afterward.)-----
Of course you can turn spell checking on and it'll check as you type. It's just not on by default.
----(for instance, using tables to pin text and graphics in place)------
I don't think he understands that NVU can automatically put stuff in DIVS and then you can drag it wherever you want.
Good exposure for NVU otherwise though.
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