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Hello Elliotte,
I have learned and coded a lot of HTML in the past few years. What will benefit me for going back and read Refactoring HTML?
Thanks
Quang
 
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I believe refactoring is associated with bringing existing code up to spec, and providing the best implementation of a given construct (e.g. a table). Writing code to spec is for the most part straightforward, but to take an existing implementation and determine how to economically reconstruct it takes a slightly different thought process.
 
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Originally posted by Devakara Raghavendra:
Hi Elliotte,
What do you think, would be the impact of refactoring done on all HTML code in a medium sized project.

Thanks
Dev.



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Originally posted by Alberto de Paola:
Hello Elliotte,

For someone that is still learning, is the book a valid source to learn the best way to write HTML?

Thanks,
Beto.



Alberto,

As I stated with another poster in this exact thread. Please post your questions in a sperate thread. Do not hijack another person's post.

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Quang,

I expect so. I learned enough while writing it, and I've been around a while too. Without knowing exactly what you already know it's hard to point to exactly what you'll learn; but I think the major new development is simply the techniques to upgrade old, legacy sites. These haven't been systematically analyzed before to my knowledge. I doubt this is the last word on the subject, but I hope it's a good start.
 
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