"What You See Is What You Get" - this refers to the way that a document is presented on a viewing monitor. For instance, when you see the source code for a web document in a text editor (such as Notepad), you also see the tag code which gives instruction about how that document should appear on a web browser. A view of the same document on the web browser will reveal only the results of the html coding. In a WYSIWYG editing environment (and HTML editor such as FrontPage or Dreamweaver), the code is not visible during the editing process. Instead, the document appears, more or less, as it will appear in its final presentation.
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