Tuesday, November 15, 2005

Get rid of HTML stuff...

It's time to do some patchworks with Tapestry. Prototyping is finished the time to get dirty fingers is arrived and i get my own fingernails to scratch it.

I've always think to have my web designers produce HTML and sign a contract with them on the ids components should have to let me manage it, but I've found some practice (best one?) from Howard examples show a way to work which makes this impossible.
Let take the Border components from the template guide which everyone should use, i agree that's a good practice from a programmer perspective but my web designers would really like to see their own templates on every browser variant so they've to have the full template not just the snippet one, this cause me work when they produce new HTML output or they slightly modify one.

I'm starting to think I'll never get rid of this...

1 comment:

jesse said...

Hahahaa :) I remember going through all of this as well. It wasn't tapestry at the time, but it seems to be a permanent and universal problem.

"break my pages again and I'll break your fingers!! :/ "