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how batter coffeecup html editor than notepad++
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Alisa Brantley wrote:
how batter coffeecup html editor than notepad++


It really depends on what you like. For old school coders notepad++ is great. If you like the visual component of working with your code HTML Editor is what you want. Check it out here and scroll down to the Visual Code Selector section:
https://www.coffeecup.com/html-editor/

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Hey,
HTML Editor Free Version Also Available, But if you go paid than You will get more functions,
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After reading this thread I'm more confused than when I started. There seems to be (for arguments sake) three versions of HTML editor - The "paid" version, the "trial" version and the "free" version. Correct?

I've installed the trial version and the free version - the trial works for 15 days and then what? The free version works for 21 days and then certain features no longer work? So what is the difference between the trial version and the free version???

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Troy Way wrote:
After reading this thread I'm more confused than when I started. There seems to be (for arguments sake) three versions of HTML editor - The "paid" version, the "trial" version and the "free" version. Correct?

I've installed the trial version and the free version - the trial works for 15 days and then what? The free version works for 21 days and then certain features no longer work? So what is the difference between the trial version and the free version???


The trial version finishes it will no longer work. The free version will continue but with not full features. Prior to that they are the same as the full version.

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Wayan Jaya Space Cadet wrote:
The trial version finishes it will no longer work. The free version will continue but with not full features. Prior to that they are the same as the full version.


Oh okay, so the trial version doesn't work at all after x # of days. Gotcha. Thanks!
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CoffeeCup offers a free HTML editor si that You can use CoffeeCup to create both HTML and CSS files, as well as to edit existing website files.

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Hi,
I want to make my website WCAG compliant to increase its reach on mobile users. I don't know how to do it. I consulted with a friend of mine for the solution. He told me to post a message on cofeecup.com for help. I want to know how to make a WCAG. Thank you In advance

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You can google WCAG and you will find masses on creating accessible web content.
This is a forum provided by Coffeecup Software for their users. If you are interested in trying out their programs, there are test versions that will work fine for a limited amount of days. We can help you with advice, but until you actually have shown some interest in the software, we won't discuss sites with you, which show no sign of having been made with Coffeecup's apps, nor having been made by yourself.
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This site was made before we were able to create components through the app:
Component sharing for RFF, RBB, RSD and SD: https://eikweb.com/sharing/
My work in progress right now:
Components for the same as above + HTML Editor: https://mock-up.coffeecup.com



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