General Questions - Post ID 262384


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Glad to hear that!!!!
I'm sorry for the trouble, we will include this fix in the next update ;)
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68 posts

Isn't it time for an update to Web Editor 2.0?
A newer build?
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5 posts

What does it mean when words are underlined in the blue squiggles in my HTML text editor? I didn't change any defaults, unless old settings were imported when I upgraded. I'm totally without a clue here. LOL

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68 posts

There is not much to see in these groups?
No new builds with fixes of errors?
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2,942 posts

It it ain't broke, don't fix it!

I know, I know... but this is a users forum, not support. I haven't heard anything about any recent upgrades or fixes for the Web Editor, but that doesn't mean there won't be one. I do know that most of CC's resources are bent on the new responsive programs they are working on and I'm sure the Web Editor is 'somewhere' on the list.

If you have found a bug or have a problem, please post it and I'm sure someone will give you a hand.

But, if there is no obvious problem, then life is good!
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Wilford, I'm late in coming to this conversation so I'll answer several things in one post.

Wilford wrote:
I think of "Bold" "Underline" "Strong" "List" and so on. Directly in the toolbar as it is in the windows version of the HTML editor...

Lucía de Francisco wrote:
I have already added your suggestion into our list ;) I have sent you an email with a file that will fix this problem with the Tidy plugin.

When feeling frustrated (as all of us do from time to time, be sure to keep things in perspective. Very few companies respond to requests such as yours by immediately providing a plugin like CC just did.

Wilford wrote:
There is not much to see in these groups?

The frustrating part for any member here is when we can't find the answer we are needing. I'm happy to say, though, that there is quite a bit in these forums.. You'll find step-by-step instructions about how to do certain tasks. You will find links to tutorials that members have created to help you in using certain software.

We, as members of the forums, are responsible for the majority of the content of these forums. A forum like this is supposed to grow organically with every question asked. You, as a member, share in the content responsibility. In this case, you contributed when you asked your initial question. Others will now benefit from being able to see the replies and further discussion.

I'm sure that you have expertise to offer, so be sure periodically to click "Show New Posts" on the left and answer a question or two. Together, we all make the forums an excellent repository of knowledge.

Wilford wrote:
No new builds with fixes of errors?

Having a responsive web site is a necessity anymore. Therefore, CC has set their priority on equipping developers with software to develop responsive sites. They released Responsive Layout Maker (RLM) and several supporting apps like Web Form Builder and Menu Builder (among others). They also began developing Responsive Site Designer (RSD) which will be awesome since it does all that RLM does and more!

In the midst of this, they have released updates for the responsive apps and have been keeping a list of updates for existing software such as Editor. My guess is that once RSD is released, you will see a number of smaller updates in other software.

Just a side note:
If you haven't used RLM yet, you might find that it will greatly speed your web development. I use it coupled with Editor. I can now use RLM and have the responsive wireframes done for a very complicated site in 8-12 hours. A simple site can be done in 2 hours or less. I develop the wireframe in RLM, export, and use Editor to add backgrounds content and to polish off the site. If you haven't used RLM and want to try it, you might want to read this:
http://www.coffeecup.com/forums/respons … out-maker/

I'm looking forward to RSD which, from what I understand, will do all that RLM does as well as the content work.
Brian

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68 posts

Personally I have no use for responsive sites. I code my web in HTML 5 and also using CSS. Web Editor and HTML editor are the tools I use. I really hope that this company will continue to develop these editors.
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10,951 posts

Wilford wrote:
Personally I have no use for responsive sites. I code my web in HTML 5 and also using CSS. Web Editor and HTML editor are the tools I use. I really hope that this company will continue to develop these editors.


Unfortunately for you, you are an extreme minority in the category of people who don't care about there visitors or clients visitors experience on your/their websites. Most of us care very much how our sites and our clients sites look on mobile devices and with the growing number of people using tablets and phones it will only grow more important to have responsive sites.

That said, I am pretty sure they plan to keep both the HTML Editor and the Web Editor up to date as many times we will need these tools for tweaking aling the way.


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68 posts

Jo Ann wrote:
Unfortunately for you, you are an extreme minority in the category of people who don't care about there visitors or clients visitors experience on your/their websites


What can I say, I have small web in Norwegian. It’s coded in HTML 5 and behaves very nice on smartphones and Pad’s, as well as on Braille display for blind people. As my web is not business related, it works fine for me, and the design is made the way I like it ;)


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18 posts

Hi, I'm using for email newsletters, and so all CSS is inline. So I use the preview window next to the HTML window vertically-split. The preview window is on the left hand side & HTML on the right hand side in this format, is it not possible to be able to switch the preview window to sit on the right hand side?

For now I am simply using the popout window option but that's not ideal...
J

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