Charles John Thompson III
I have been making websites for several years now, but this doesn't mean I know everything. Especially considering that programing methods can change constantly between browser versions and iterations (I'm looking at you, Internet Explorer). I do my best to make things work the way I want them to in the browsers I feel like it is worth my time to code for - I code for Safari when it's a personal project, but will try and support as many platforms as possible (even IE) when creating websites for clients.
I use to use Dreamweaver exclusively when coding, but I have recently started playing with a little program called Espresso to do all of my new projects. I don't use the WYSIWYG functionality of Dreamweaver anyway. I create all of my graphics using a mixture oh Photoshop and Illustrator, for raster and vector graphics respectively.
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