Helping your client maintain markup quality
By using CSS rules that make deprecated and potentially inaccessible markup clearly visible to the editor, you can help your clients maintain markup quality.
Forget WYSIWYG editors—use WYSIWYM instead
Nearly all browser based WYSIWYG editors produce horrible markup, but there is an alternative—What You See Is What You Mean.
CMS, standards and semantics
A few years ago, web designers and developers nearly always were the ones who filled their client’s sites with content. Sure, the content …