Using python on the web

Neil Hodgson neilh at hare.net.au
Fri Apr 21 03:21:39 CEST 2000


> DHTML is particularly
> problematic, AFAI can tell, because it doesn't appear to allow the
> segregation of HTML development from coding the way Python string
> substitution does. We hire very skilled HTML people to do HTML and tell
> them to leave our sustitution tags alone, rather than taking the time
> and money to create novice DHTML people to do the same work.

   I think you are confusing Zope's DTML (Document Template Markup Language)
with DHTML, Dynamic HTML. I was about to launch into a stinging attack on
the belittlement of such a wonderful technology as DHTML but then realised
it is probably just an acronym mixup.

   Neil





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