New to HTML - Post ID 138463

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I'm an embedded designer (microprocessors) and my company wants to me to design a web controlled apparatus. I haven't written HTML in a very long time and it seems that alot of things have changed.
The CoffeeCup software seems like it will do exactly what I need it to do but do to my lack of knowledge of the software, I do not know where to begin.
Do you recommend a book or a website that shows how to create pages (from simple to complex) using your software.
Thanks for the help.
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There are loads of books out there teaching html for beginners. CoffeeCup also has one, called 'My website is better than yours', which can be ordered, but I think only as a pdf unless they have printed new copies.

There are also websites where you can learn html, this is a good place to start:

And this place is also a good place to ask questions. We're all very friendly and helpful :cool:

Good luck!
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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:
My work in progress right now:
Components for the same as above + HTML Editor:

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Unless you are working on something confidential, you can also post your stuff here for us to help you out, I'm presuming you have a plan for your layer that goes between HTML and your controlled hardware?
Volunteering to help :)
My HTML play area
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I printed the help guide out and put all the pages in a binder - now I've got my HTML Editor manual handy whenever I need it :) You could also use a dual monitor set-up and keep the help guide open off to the side as you work.

These are great "cheat sheets" for html, css, javascript... :
They're ring-bound, so easy to leave open and reference as needed.
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My website is better than yours is a good place to start, as well as supplementing it with the html5 booklet, both available here in the store.
Volunteering to help :)
My HTML play area

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