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Microsoft® Expression® Web 4 In Depth: Updated for Service Pack 2 - HTML 5, CSS 3, JQuery, Second Edition by Jim Cheshire

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8. Using the Quick Tag Tools

Introduction to the Quick Tag Tools

Years ago, I obtained a copy of HomeSite. HomeSite was a web development tool created by Nick Bradbury, and it was a great tool as long as you knew HTML. However, if you didn’t know HTML well, you could get lost quickly. HomeSite didn’t have a nice what-you-see-is-what-you-get (WYSIWYG) interface like those we enjoy in today’s web development tools.

Pages in those days were simple compared to today’s pages, and yet even in those simpler times, it was often difficult to keep track of nested HTML elements such as table cells. As pages have increased in complexity, and as new HTML elements have been added to our repertoire, it has become even more difficult to comprehend the relationship ...

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