Henri Sivonen wrote:
> Actually, the HTML markup produced by OOo Writer/Web is exceptionally
> sane (often cleaner than the markup produced by Nvu/Composer) if you
> don't edit styles in OOo but add a style sheet later.
But what's the use of a wysiwyg editor then? ;-) And how do I put the style
A short test showed that OOo writes the source in all uppercase letters and
still makes use of and tags.
Don't want to start a flame war here, but still I would say, that someone
with few or no knowledge of web coding is better off with nvu.