Originally Posted by Steve-Hostirian
Respectable to you is relative - probably different from my perspective. You're a design/developer specialist, so your expectations are obviously set to a higher standard.
I use WYSIWYG editors, but always split the display to review the coding on the backend. When necessary, I'll change the coding to achieve the results I'm looking for. Most of the development work I do (not for Hostirian), is geared toward transitioning the client to manage their own site.
As you mentioned, you do view the code as well, so I'll give you kudos on that
Of course my standards are much higher than most, & I wouldn't hold someone outside my profession to the same standards I hold myself, however my issue is primarily with those who are paid as "professionals" and are anything but.
@Artashes, I'd also suggest getting away from FP.
To any who are seriously trying to be a professional.. I'd highly suggest weening yourself off of the WYSIWYG's. HTML & CSS are very easy once you grasp the basic logic. I mean.. "font-weight: bold" how hard is that?