just wanted to give that a big thumbs up
that is all
Mozilla has released a web page creation editing tool that steps novice users through HTML and CSS. Dubbed “Thimble”, Mozilla bills the new tool a “webmaker”. While that term is cringeworthy, the two-paned web app is anything but. One pane offers raw HTML, with just a few basic tags. The other offers a WYSIWYG view of the HTML …
Is it just me thinking that if they only valuable thing they've added is pre-done templates with lots of comments then why bother re-inventing the wheel? Why not simply create templates with comments for something like Maqetta?
Does this even support HTML5 or just the plain old HTML/CSS combo's we've been seeing since the days of Geocities?
Hopefully spoon-feeding them HTML5 will get them off their asses!
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