Many of those Web professionals coming into prominence today learned their skills through visual editors like Dreamweaver. Many of the 'older hands' in the Web team will not have used Dreamweaver.
So what's the problem? The Same word can mean one thing for DW users and something totally different for those without the DW background.
This article looks at the confusion that can arise, and points out some common differences between the Dreamweaver terms and the W3C terms which will make communication in a project team smoother - and therefore, more productive.
Table of Contents:
- Clarifying the Unclear
- Attributes versus Properties
- No, it's not an alt Tag!
- Form "Objects"
- Other Naming Issues of Note
- A Few Words about the Word "Code"
- Elements and Tags
- But Wait, There's More!