2nd. Rather than ragging on CC for a possible "misleading", why not contact them about it; politely, respectfully and professionally. Maybe a link changed or someone forgot to delete a link when updating software, which is possible considering the visual format is probably a template. Oops, a mistake made. Wish I was perfect enough to slam someone for being human.
Scott, you and rest of the crew do a great job. Keep up the GREAT work!
I'm not sure where the "free template" link is. I had to re-download 2008 editor, I checked to see if it was where it use to be, it is not there. It must be an older version. I checked every where in editor and could not find it.
All I can say is that you get what you pay for. One exception I have had the enjoyment of coming across is that of CoffeeCup VSD and the CoffeeCup team! I feel with the service I have recieved, the product I use, and the many websites I have designed for my clients that it was money well spent and money well invested. I've been designing and programming sites for years. My first editor was notepad..... VSD makes design simple and quick. I guess what I am trying to say is, thank you CoffeeCup team for all of your support, and thank you for your unquestioned dedication on your products, and your service!
This is an endorsement of the free VSD templates linked above. There are 36 (!) of them, and they come with a lot more than just what meets the eye on the listing page. I opened the golf themed one, and in addition to the .vnu file it came with the complete HTML of the publish version (HTML Editor folks take note!) as well as a grab-bag of extra graphics. For example, in the golf theme, in addition to the single green background image there was an extra corner piece with just the club and ball, extra plain green corner pieces for all four corners, and a green rectangle that can easily be resized and combined with the corners to make a compatible green background of any dimension. There were also extra bits like a ball tee image for use as a marker, side bars, and button images. I'm re-doing the web pages for my local golf league and in very short order I was able to customize the existing pages to fit the dimensions necessary for my roster, handicap table, and such, while still retaining the original look and feel.
Can you believe all that content is free? Times 36! Get 'em and enjoy!
I'm not finding any free templates at that link.
OS Windows 8.1
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