Back in the late 90s web development wasn't through the use of pre-designed templates, the use of a content management solution to 'enable' employees to produce web content, nor did you use a WYSIWYG web editor. Conclusion? Far fewer web developers and even fewer enthusiasts who want to dabble in a little web DIY.
The use of a content management is like a chicken and egg solution. Your web developers can put up pages, quickly, in the knowledge they can't do anything that will take down your server. However, by not delving in to the code that makes up a web page, they're not learning new skills and are losing others.
Empower yourself or your employees by enabling them to us a web-coding tool such as Aptana or Twistpad. Both designed to edit the raw code that makes up a web page. There are other, more established development apps, such as the recently updated UltraEdit. Either way, grab the fantastic cross-platform Aptana and let us know what you think.
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