I would suggest starting with Site Designer, because that is the actual site builder. Open this link: https://www.coffeecup.com/help/articles … d-builder/ , read the text and try coding along with the videos. That is a good start.
When you open Site Designer and click on Help, you will find a User Guide, which is also very useful.
Then you have this forum. We are nice people, and if you get stuck, just holler!
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I am well up to speed with HTML 4 and CSS, but am finding that SD 3 is taking me too long to learn to use it in any meaningful way.Not really the reason I bought it for.
Sorry if this bursts the CC bubble a bit, but I really need to get my site reworked and I'm rapidly regretting this purchase.
I don't see another Dave that you seem to reply to, not in this thread anyways.
Try the steps I recommended to TrueRacer above here. If you really get stuck, we are a devoted lot here who can help, so don't give up too soon. It's a good thing that you know your way around coding. With SD3 you won't need to write code very much, but understaning it is vital. BTW, we are on HTML5 and CSS3 now.
When you have gone through the exercises I mentioned in my previous post, it should all get a bit clearer. If you then post a link to your current site, along with some idea about what you want to do, someone here will be able to help you getting started, rely on that!
Don't worry about 'bursting the CC bubble'. Most of us have been there (I certainly have), but we've got the hang of it eventually.
Forgot HTML4 and CSS2 this is the past.
Think only in HTML5/CSS3/JS/jQuery and Containers
You can replace the structure: container - row - column (in bootstrap configuration) into containers only in SD3. I Think that SD3 support the Float Grid Layout.
You are free to construct your own structure of your grid with flexbox layout or flexgrid layout
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