> My question is: Will enough graphic artists feel it is necessary to
> undertake a steep learning curve to achieve what they want to achieve
> visually, if they can achieve it without the need to learn something
> which is not even supported comprehensively in a visual editor.
> DW plus other programmes made it possible for the graphic artist to
> design webpages. If these had not evolved into visual editors then
> coders would still be writing the majority of the pages on the worldwide
> web to this day.
> The problem faced now is that there is no software programme on the
> market which renders css-p correctly and accurately, which a graphic
> artist, such as myself, would feel was an important factor in wether to
> use the technology or not.
> The web is driven these days by visual content. Nobody really cares,
> apart from a minority of the people involved in web design whats
> underneath the surface.
> I suspect there are many like me who feel this way. Until such time as
> the software companies produce a visual css-p editor css-p will not be
> taken that seriously by the people who are at the forefront of visual
> presentation on the web.
> Without the influx of many more graphic designers fighting the corner
> for css-p then its an uphill struggle, being held back by software
> limitations. Unfortunately thats a fact.
> Maybe the next update of DW will put this right.