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Menu Builder Quick Start Guide

If you want to build good looking, well functioning navigation menus, you’ve come to the right app. CoffeeCup Menu Builder has been designed to help you build sophisticated, standards...

Grid Systems and Frameworks

  We are working on it! We have a lot of information that we want to cover here, so be patient with us as we continually update this article. How (Responsive)...

Responsive Actions - The Stack

The Stack This is one of the most frequently used responsive action. The reason for that is simple, at small screens there is little room for content to be displayed next to each other....

Chapter 4: Build your Menu

Layout, Elements & Themes In this chapter we will be starting the creation of a menu. You’ll get an overview of the different visual controls and and learn to use a bunch of them....

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...

How to make your Image Map Responsive

This article has been updated! Version 5.0 of CoffeeCup Image Mapper will create stunning responsive image maps which means no more having to “hack” the code to produce one! The Wizard will...

RED Personal vs RED Business

Responsive Email Designer is available in two versions: Personal and Business. RED Personal focuses on a core-set of features and options to produce a responsive email. RED for Business builds on...

Responsive Content Slider

Create Responsive Slideshows and Presentations Direct from the CoffeeCup labs is Responsive Content Slider. This app gives you the ability to combine pictures, text, buttons, icons and...

Menu Builder Resources

This is a page in (never ending) progress... Themes, Projects, Prototypes, Links, Experiments & More: Do you love our snazzy quick start examples (thanks, you’re making us blush)...

How to use Push & Pull in Responsive Layout Maker

We know that you were taught that pushing and pulling were unacceptable in school, but that is only if you do it to a living being. It does not count when it is an Element in your design!...

Chapter 12: Generating an SEO Report in Website Insight

Yep, you asked for it, we listened. Using Website Insight you can now create customized reports based on the scanned data the app finds. Within a matter of minutes, you can export a...

Chapter 7: Responsive Navigation Menus

Responsive Navigation: relative widths and breakpoints Responsive web design is a technique used to build websites and website components (like a web form or navigation menu) that are easily...

Putting it all together

Now that you know how Layout Maker works, let’s put your skills to the test. Here we are going to walk you through a quick process on how to build a layout. This only covers the basics, but...

Chapter 8: Responsive Layout Maker Quick Start Guide

Now that your layout is ready for the public, you’ll want to explore your options for putting it on the web. You can publish to S-Drive by entering your CoffeeCup account information, export...

What are CSS3 Media Queries?

Media queries are a powerful ingredient of Responsive Web Design (RWD) supported by all modern browsers. A media query is a small bit of CSS code that works by asking (querying) the...

Editing the Remaining Pages

Need a little more pratice? In this article we explain how to edit the HTML and CSS of the remaining pages of our project. Follow along with the instructions and your Nova theme will be up and...

How to use CSS Display Properties in Responsive Layout Maker

Display Properties are used for controlling the way elements flow within your layout. All elements have a default display depending on what type element it is. Usually this is block or inline....

Predefined Classes used in Responsive Layout Maker

It is always helpful to have predefined classes when designing any website. That is why both Coffeegrinder and Bootstrap 2 have included a few predefined classes that can make building your...

How to design an Responsive Email for the Top 10 Email Clients

When using Responsive Email Designer there are many different email clients that you have to take into consideration when you are designing your email. While there are many out there (hundreds),...

Responsive Layout Template Pack Preview

Layout Maker Template Pack Looking for inspiration on how to create a responsive layout? If so, then we got you covered! Here we have put together an awesome bundle of responsive layouts that...

Image Mapper Quick Start Guide

CoffeeCup Image Mapper allows you to specify multiple links (or hotspots) to specific locations of an image and point them to a document or website. Create mouseover text, ALT text, links and...

Chapter 1: Getting Started

When opening the program, you are presented with the Image Mapper Wizard, which asks whether you would like to start a new image map, or open an existing one. Image Mapper Wizard...

Chapter 2: Design and configure your image map

Design pane The design tab holds many of the editing features of the program and can assist in setting up your new image map! These tools allow you to specify different links using the right...

Chapter 3: Exporting your Image Map

Ready to export your image map? When exporting, you have two choices to select from (responsive and non-responsive). To start the export process go to File > Export Image Map select the type of...

How to apply mouseover effects to a background image

In this article, we are going to walk through how to apply a mouseover effect on an background image that will then display text in place of the image. We accomplish this by using multiple...

Solving the IE11 fixed background bug

How we solved the IE 11 fixed background bug In our efforts to make the best possible experience with all of our themes, we attempted to fix a reported bug regarding fixed backgrounds in...