Why use photoshop to create web pages?
Are there any benefits?
Photoshop automatically writes the html markup for you doesn't it? By default it creates a generic web page in HTML format that contains sliced images that you create, but the code it writes can be a little daunting at first to look at.
Here is an example of writing code on the fly directly in Dreameaver:
<p>photoshop does not identify every <div> the way you would expect</p>
Web designers use this method to visually indicate HTML code to be displayed within a paragraph of text.
Years ago, I always thought that web design was very difficult, and that only people on a genius level could do it. Programmers were on the fore-front doing their work by creating user interfaces for operating systems, and web designers were always up there doing what seemed to me to be the same thing. It all looked like programming language to me.
Here is a quote I like very much ( In blockquote format ) from the character Gandalf the Grey in the Lord of the Rings Trilogy movies:
“All you have to do is to decide what to do with the time that is given to you.”