Share your site made with HTML...

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Registered User
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I started writing my site using notepad. It wasn’t long before I was using a basic HTML editor called Arachnophilia. One day a friend suggested I try CoffeeCup. That was 7 years ago and I have used it ever since. I really like the fact that I can upload directly from CC.
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Registered User
20 posts

I can't remember when I switched from HTML-Pro to Coffeecup, but it's been well over a decade.
The new add-ons seem to me to be such a different user interface (so much more graphics) that I'm not comfortable jumping on the learning curve for them. Maybe some day...

My home page says how long I've been 'blogging' on my personal site, and I've changed the layout (and colors) several times from friends' and users' suggestions. Lots of political and other rants, too.
"The Whole World Is A Tradeoff."
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Senior Advisor
14,427 posts

That site sent me three cookies and a popup page. I will keep away from it.
Ha en riktig god dag!
Inger, Norway

My work in progress:
Components for Site Designer and the HTML Editor:

User 3171362 Photo

2 posts

This is the best site editor and its very helpfull for make a website i really like it...;);)
User 3174045 Photo

2 posts

That's impressive! Your HTML5 website created solely with CC Html Editor speaks volumes about its capabilities. The fact that no templates were used highlights the true prowess of CC Html Editor. Great job!

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