Linked by Metin Amiroff on Tue 20th Apr 2004 17:30 UTC
General Development N|vu is a web development application with a WYSIWYG interface that is aimed to be user friendly, easy and powerful, sponsored by Linspire. This review looks at this program in detail and aims to help users to get an idea about it.
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Re: Truben
by Kyle on Tue 20th Apr 2004 19:28 UTC

I disagree, it's much easier to read and edit css if it's written the nvu way. The award for writing it the other way is too small, max a few kb.

It's a progressive award. The more hits a site gets, the more it pays off. For example, you may save only 1K:

1,000 hits/day is ~365 megs/year
10,000 hits/day is ~3,650 megs/year
100,000 hits/day is ~36,500 megs/year
500,000 hits/day is ~182,500 megs/year
1,000,000 hits/day is 365,000 megs/year
...

Bandwidth can be very expensive at times, too. Especially depending on your host. 365 gigs in a year is no laughing matter for how much money you save. Coupled with the cost save from using a XHTML/CSS only design that is table free, you can have huge cost savings. You will like that, and your boss will too.

Plus, its only easier to read if you aren't used to it.