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User 2233586 Photo

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I've been using the HTML editor for around 12 years now!

Here's my latest effort, I thought I'd go for a minimalist look:
User 122279 Photo

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Hi Simon,

The site looks good in wide view. If I were you, I would try to learn responsive web design, in order to make the site better viewable on smaller screens. As it is now, the text becomes too small to read. If you want to continue using the HTML Editor, you should consider getting the CC Responsive Layout Maker (RLM) with which you can make a responsive grid, and then import it to the Editor in order to add the contents. If you get stuck with RLM, there are many people here who can help.
CC also have responsive site builders with which you can create the whole site, with contents, bells and whistles. Check out RSD (Responsive Site Designer) if you want to try that. Again, we are quite nice and helpful in here, and you just need to holler, and we'll come to your assistance ;) .
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway
My new honey site, built with RFF:
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD:

User 2233586 Photo

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Thank you Inger, I'll take a look at that
User 2233586 Photo

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I found a fantastic new domain for my site:

With a good domain it would be criminal not to develop the site fully so I will buy and learn the Responsive Layout Maker Pro for those mobile users
User 2885808 Photo

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I use Coffeecup to just add a few things to an old forgotten site. It is not professional but ranks really well to send some juice to my other sites.
That is a site done without knowledge, so don't bag me. lol
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Created with the new CC HTML Editor v16.0

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User 2754375 Photo

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Hello everyone, I'm a volunteer so be gentle. I purchased the HTML Editor a few years ago, enjoy it, and have applied the update. I'm looking for a way to debug, or step through my code, to see if what I think is going on is actually the case. Is there a way to do this in the HTML Editor? In case it matters, I'm running Windows 10, the pages I'm helping with are php, and I'm running the free QuickPHP Web Server by Zach Saw which has a tiny footprint in my system (didn't want to convert my system to a server). I've looked through the options and can't locate the debugger, if it exists. I'm an old programmer with 30+ years, retired 15 years, and old habits die hard.
Thanks so much.
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Hi Phyllis,
You can validate your code with either ctrl + g or selecting Documents then Validate HTML or Validate css
I can't hear what I'm looking at.
It's easy to overlook something you're not looking for.

This is a site I built for my work.(RSD)
This is a site I built for use in my job.(HTML Editor)
This is my personal site used for testing and as an easy way to share photos.(RLM imported to RSD)
User 2754375 Photo

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Ah! Thank you, Eric! :)

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