The difference between human and computer generated code

You can get many people who 'know Dreamweaver' or any other WYSIWYG. I prefer to do all the programming myself in a code editor (or "IDE"). Because of this, I know all the code in my head - and in a bind I could work in Notepad if I had to. Typical results are 30% less lines of code, no validation errors, and visually identical as a web page.

An integrated development environment (IDE) or interactive development environment is a software application that provides comprehensive facilities to computer programmers for software development. An IDE normally consists of a source code editor with Intelligent code completion features

Site building programs for the most part create really sloppy code. They're bloated, take longer to load, execute slower, are full of errors, and are hard for a human to read later to make modifications. The validation errors often create problems when viewing the web page in some browsers.

Hand Code
By creating code by hand, we have control over it. I create really clean code. The hand-coded file is smaller, loads faster, executes quicker, has zero errors, and is easy for a human to read later to make modifications. The validated code is problem free when viewing in every browser, including emailed newsletters.

Using this site as an example - hand coded with zero HTML5 or CSS3 errors:

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