I still have not read a true business case regarding WYSIWYG vs Hand Code....
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Can you? Is there a serious business reason beyond personal preference for using a WYSIWYG editor versus a text editor for writing HTML code? Note: I'm not talking about the extra features that many advanced editors provide, like FTP and validation - just the WSYIWYG part of the code?
Actually, now that I type I can think of one business reason to use a WYSIWYG editor - content contributors. If the content contributors to a Web page don't know how to write HTML, that shouldn't block them from adding content. WYSIWYG editors like Contribute provide them with access to the content without any need to learn HTML.
What do you think?