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Can someone sum up the differences between FF and RSD? It wasn't really clear to me what the full features of FF were by reading the https://www.coffeecup.com/foundation-framer/ page. Is it a no-code site builder the same way RSD is?

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agelahoa wrote:
Can someone sum up the differences between FF and RSD? It wasn't really clear to me what the full features of FF were by reading the https://www.coffeecup.com/foundation-framer/ page. Is it a no-code site builder the same way RSD is?

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yes its the same as RSD but stands alone otherwise same RSD has both FF & RBB (bootstrap builder) built in so you can do something in either of those two
both FF & RSD are visual builders where the application takes care of the coding for you

not sure what the new V3 of RSD is going to have
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I hope the possiblty for custom CSS, HTML, JS.
Prebuild components (Bootstrap & Foundation) all the components
Add, Create, Copy sections
Prebuild components such like in Elementor
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STEFKE wrote:
I hope the possiblty for custom CSS, HTML, JS.
Prebuild components (Bootstrap & Foundation) all the components
Add, Create, Copy sections
Prebuild components such like in Elementor


Why do you hope for that when you cannot even work out how to create a page for yourself? Even with a video showing how to do it
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Wayan Jaya wrote:
STEFKE wrote:
I hope the possiblty for custom CSS, HTML, JS.
Prebuild components (Bootstrap & Foundation) all the components
Add, Create, Copy sections
Prebuild components such like in Elementor


Why do you hope for that when you cannot even work out how to create a page for yourself? Even with a video showing how to do it


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Greetings,
I am working on edits to an existing site I "inherited" - I am now charged with looking after it.

I download a page from the site using their file editor.
Then, I load that page into CoffeeCup to make the edits.
When I go to save the file, several of the targets for href are changed to refer to the D: drive on my computer.
Is there a setting I should use so that all the href targets stay unchanged during the download and save?

Thanks!
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What kind of file editor is it that you are using?

Normally all the contents of a page stays intact, unless you use the browser and 'save page as'. If you use the browser to save a page, you get a folder with all the files pertaining to that page, and that will change the links to point to that folder.

If you insted use a FTP client, you should get the files as they are. Coffeecup has such a programme, called Sirect FTP. There are also other, free ones 'out there'.
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Hi, Inger,
Thanks for the reply.
I used the file transfer tool on the web hosting site (at Pow Web). It downloads and uploads, but we can't use the other editing tools as they changed something on their end, and our stuff wasn't created with their tools.

I am editing in CoffeeCup. So, I guess I need to download through CC as well.

Tom

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