Using CoffeeCup HTML requires that you understand the basics of HTML, but you don't need to be an expert. In fact, just reading the online help articles should be enough to get you up and running. Follow our examples from the tutorials, and you'll have your own page created in no time.

Creating a webpage is a bit like making a batch of chocolate chip cookies. Some people may be able to walk into a kitchen and make a perfectly delicious batch of cookies from scratch without even glancing at a recipe. Other people may have to go through batch after batch of terrible-tasting cookies until finally they stumble onto the right combination of ingredients.

Luckily, recipes for chocolate chip cookies do exist, and if you don't know the first thing about cooking, you will carefully read the recipe before you begin. It's the same way when creating a webpage. Consider these help files as a recipe for your webpage, and the CoffeeCup HTML Editor as your kitchen. After reading the tutorials carefully, combine some hard work with a bit of inspiration, and you'll find yourself with a great webpage.

If you've looked through the online knowledge base and can't find information on what you are trying to do, feel free to contact our technical support team with your question.

If you are interested in learning all the ins and outs of HTML, there are many good pages out there that can teach you. Here are a few of them:

One of the definitive online HTML tutorials.

HTML Code Tutorial
This site contains a TON of information that's easy for beginners to grasp and all-around helpful for everyone.

Bare Bones Guide to HTML
A list of HTML tags and what each tag means. A good reference page.