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Left-Align Your Code

Individual HTML code style is kind of like handwriting — everyone's is a little different. For instance, some designers love using indents to help organize their code and set certain...

Using Find and Replace

If your site has more than one page — like pretty much every website ever — then you know that making a global change can be pretty difficult. For example, say you want to replace...

How to Create a Custom Toolbar.

Everyone loves a toolbar. Why spend time digging around in menus when you can accomplish a task with the click of a button? Well, with the HTML Editor's customizable interface, you can get...

How Do I Make Links to Different Sections of the Same Page?

You've been designing your site and have figured out that a page can be as long as necessary. This is great, but it can be a pain when you're dealing with longer pages. Help out your...

Applying Your Styles to a Webpage

There are two different methods of adding a style sheet to your webpage: Embed the style sheet on your page Link to an external style sheet. To embed the style sheet in your page,...

Creating Links to Downloadable Files.

Follow these steps to add a link to a downloadable document on your page. Note : This tutorial assumes you are working with Website Projects. For more information about how to use...

Vista Isn't Displaying the Files in my Working Folder.

By default, the HTML Editor will save files in the Working folder, which is located at C:\Program Files\CoffeeCup Software\Working . However, Vista may interfere with this process, creating a...

How to Embed Your Stream in a Webpage

Want your Stream to appear somewhere other than [ youraccount].coffeecup.com/stream ? No problem. All you need to do is copy the embed code and place it into the webpage you'd like for it to...

I Built My Site Using a Third Party's Webpage Builder. Will I Be Able to Use the HTML Editor?

Yes! You can use CoffeeCup HTML Editor to open any HTML page created with another company's web design software. However, at this time you cannot open sites designed in other programs with...

Viewing the Source Code of a Site Made with Visual Site Designer.

Like most of our customers, you're probably a fan of Visual Site Designer because it allows you to steer clear of HTML code and style sheets. But what can you do when you need to look into...

Previewing Your Work in the HTML Editor.

There are a ton of different options available for previewing your work in the HTML Editor. After all, it's good web design practice to view your website in several different browsers to...

Switching Between Open Files

There are a couple of different options for switching between open files in the HTML Editor. Window Menu The Window menu allows you to see all the files open in the Editor. Click...

Responsive Themes: What are they?

You may be asking yourself what really is a Responsive theme and why do I need one? Well a responsive theme is a process of web design that allows a website designer to restructure a website at...

Uploading Files to Your Server.

If you want other people to be able to view your website on the Internet, you'll need to upload it to a server. The logistics of this process are a little hazy for some beginners, so...

Why Can't I Save My Files as HTML?

Visual Site Designer uses a file format called .vnu which allows you to create your own graphics and work in a WYSIWYG environment. You should never edit a .vnu file by hand. Every time you...

Adding a Counter to Your Site

You can locate pre-made counter scripts at HotScripts.com that you can add to a page created in Visual Site Designer. Follow these step-by-step instructions to add a counter to your website:...

Adding a Firestarter Animation to a Webpage

The first step in publishing an animation created using Firestarter is setting up a webpage for the movie to play on. You can either create a new webpage or add the code to an existing webpage. If...

Making Thumbnail Pages

Once you have chosen the image(s) you want to convert, you can use this option to create a thumbnail gallery of your image(s). Create HTML Thumbnail Table Choose a name for...

Using the Editor Pane in Direct FTP

Not only does Direct FTP have the ability to upload files, it also comes with a built-in, fully functional HTML editor. For the most part, the Editor functions just like any plain text editor,...

Why Do I See a Box with a Red X Where My Image is Supposed to Be?

There are a couple of different issues that could explain why your images are not displaying correctly: Note : Most of these problems can be solved by transitioning to using Website...

Error I/O 183

You may receive this error if you are trying to edit files that the HTML Editor cannot understand because they don't contain valid HTML code. You will not be able to edit these files with...

What is Hosting?

What is Hosting? What do these terms mean? What is a Web Server? What does HTTP stand for? What is a Domain Name? What is an IP Address?...

Post Your Image Map to Your Webpage

This is the final step in creating an image map -- posting the map on your webpage. There are two simple steps to this process. First, copy the HTML code from Image Mapper and paste it on...

What Does PixConverter Do?

The CoffeeCup PixConverter is capable of converting multiple images in multiple formats. You can change the quality, size, name, and more with ease. Let's say you just took 100...

How to Insert an E-mail Link.

Follow these steps to add an e-mail link to your page: Step 1 Open the Insert E-mail Link window using one of these options: Go to Insert > E-mail Link...

How Do I Use CoffeeCup Flash Photo Gallery in My eBay Auctions?

This tutorial will explain the changes you will need to make to the files created by Photo Gallery in order to use them on your eBay auction. You will need either an HTML editor (like, say the...

How to Insert a Link.

Follow these steps to add a link to your page: Step 1 Open the Insert Link window using one of these options: Go to Insert > Link Right-click the page...

Using Snippets

If you've ever been frustrated at having to type the same piece of code over and over, you'll love snippets. A snippet is a piece of code stored in the HTML Editor that can be used...

How to Add Comments to Your HTML.

A comment is text that doesn't show up on the page, but does show up in the code. Web designers often use comments in their code for reference purposes. To add comments to a page in...

How To Create Lists.

Lists are a great way to present your information in an organized, eye-catching way. Sure, you could use plain text to get your point across, but lists are much easier and faster to read....