Remember those days when you had webdesigners, who wrote websites the way it should and the dummies, who used Frontpage (even though Dreamweaver did a much better job)?
Then there was this fuss about webstandards, semantic web, CSS,… And people started to care about how their code looked (well, some of them at least). So things were starting to become better.
Now Google has a new service (beta of course): Google Pages. It lets you create web pages in no time, in a what you see is what you get manner. Also no trouble with hosting or so. Well, looking at the code that generates… font tags, bold and italics, no alt attributes on images,… we’re going back to the Frontpage days?