Undoubtedly, these questions won’t bother anybody until the user will have to deal with actual HTML script himself. But, should he?!
When reviewing services it comes down to scripting my enthusiasm and esteem of the program goes way down.
Just seeing that common user is offered to write an HTML script I can’t help but conclude that this solution can only add to customer concerns rather than simplify his daily routine and data processing.
The thing is that at this stage of application rollout nobody informs the user of all the amenities of forthcoming data utilization using HTML.
And I bet you can hardly find at least one vendor out there, which will let you know from the very start about all the concerns while dealing with HTML scripting. You can make sure yourself and try the program that requires even modest knowledge of HTML. As soon as at least a line of HTML script is written the user is left alone to handle all the issues with this if any changes. No wonder that some developers would like to replace this issue to someone else but themselves.
If you aim is to turn to an actual programmer I think you’ll be totally ok with this.
But if you are looking for the best way to smartly utilize the data and get the most of it I’d advise you to pass such option by.