I just read something shivering in my dutch-textbook (i live in the netherlands, remember?).
There was an exercise that had to do with creating a webpage.
First a bit about where the site goes (so good so far).
Then they say (translated): "A site is build locally in a normal folder or usb drive and then uploaded to a webserver.", i could see why they say this, but i always build websites on a local webserver because you can't test php-scripts when running from a folder.
Then they go on about the "free homepage" vs. "website".
Finally they get to creating the content...
They tell you to use ms word (with a small notice that others will usually do)!
They tell you to create it in there and then use the "export html" option...
I've seen the html that it produces...
*cold, deep shiver at the memory*
I know it's computer generated, but word produces even worse html with simple layouts (say, a text) then kompozer does with very complex layouts!
It, for some reason, includes css-defs for EVERY SINGLE font it has, it doesn't matter if you use it or not.
I mean, for a simple notice it produces 900-line html files where only 20 have any real value and you can cut out all the css w/o affecting the result!
It made me shiver, to think that people actually create webpages this way!