In reply to the sales email I received from CoffeeCup, headlined: Have you checked it [the new Web site] out yet?
I have checked it out! I'd meant to write and congratulate you even before you sent the email.
I love seeing that simple <doctype html> DTD on CC's new pages. And, as a hand-coder, I appreciate that you left the markup and styling in indented, pretty-printed form. It thus serves as a nice example. The site is plenty quick enough, proving that minifying everything in sight is not so important in these days of high-speed Internet.
Thank you for courageously "eating your own dog food."
I look forward to owning the "responsive design" products that are sure to emanate from CoffeeCup in the coming months.
p.s. -- Now if I could run the HTML Editor on Linux, my joy would be complete. Failing that, I'd appreciate insight into the virtual machine scheme best suited for running the Editor on Windows, hosted on Linux.
halfnium -AT- alum.mit.edu
Yes, I looked just like that in 1962.