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Chapter 3: Understanding the Code Structure

Link Organization When you enter the Elements Mode of the program, you are working with an engine that creates the HTML structure of your menu. Although you don't see this while creating...

Chapter 4: Advanced Features in Places

Backup and Restore We have included a quick and simple way to backup and restore your Places profiles. To do this click File > Backup and save your backup to a location you will remember....

Chapter 4: Bookmarks

If you’re working on a big, complicated document, bookmarks are going to be your life saver. You can place a bookmark on any line of code in any open document. They’ll all appear in the Project...

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....

Chapter 4: Font Properties Tab

On the Font Properties tab you can set your font style and shadow settings, for both the Main Text and Secondary Text.      Font: Choose from a wide array of web...

Chapter 4: General Overview

In this walkthrough, we’re going to cover how to create and edit users, and then how to grant and remove access to parts of your website. Step 1: Adding a user Step 2: Adding...

Chapter 4: Insight Tab

Here is one of the most important overviews of the program. The Insight Tab lists and categorizes all the text and link elements of a web page. You will be given an overview of the words found in...

Chapter 4: Metrics Tab

How the page measures up A Metric chart or better known as a Waterfall, displays content it the same order it loads in your browser. As each item is loaded, you will see two colors on the...

Chapter 4: Refining Your Design

Responsifying the Design The preview (and editing) area in Responsive Layout Maker is an actual browser. This has the advantage that the design will look and behave exactly like it will when...

Chapter 4: Settings, What Goes On Behind the Scenes

Your form looks great! Now you can set up what happens behind the scenes. To set these options, click the Settings button in the Toolbar to open the Form Settings window. General Settings...

Chapter 4: The Design Tab in RED

The Design Pane Email design is different from web design Before you start designing your newsletter or email, or start tweaking one of the themes, it is important to realize that designing...

Chapter 4: The Toolbar

At the top of the program are 7 tools that will help you build your animation, fast.     New Create a brand new animation project. Animated GIF Project: Start...

Chapter 4: Understanding and Using Library Items

A library item is a file that contains blocks of code that you can place anywhere within your markup. With library items, you write snippets of HTML, CSS, JavaSript, etc., that may be common to...

Chapter 4: Using Enhanced Security

If you are using Apache as your web server, you can configure advanced security settings for certain aspects of your shop. You will need to be familiar with the .htaccess configuration file...

Chapter 5: Additional Information on Places

System Requirements To use the latest version of CoffeeCup Places, the software must be installed on Windows Vista (yuck!) or Windows 7/8/8.1 with Internet Explorer 9 or higher. If you are...

Chapter 5: Design for mobile email openers

Designing for mobile email readers Responsive Email Design Responsive design is already a requirement for websites. With email open statistics showing mobile open rates of around 50%, a...

Chapter 5: Explanation of Terms and Functions

To help you take advantage of the full potential of Layout Maker, we have put together a glossary of the most common terms we use through the software to help you become more familiar with the...

Chapter 5: Icon Properties Tab

Want to add a cool Icon to your button? Well this is the place for that. The Icon Tab allows you to add Icomoon Webfonts . Yes, you read that correctly, these are fonts not images. Which...

Chapter 5: Keywords Tab

The Keywords tab shows a list of the words that Website Insight has determined are acceptable and also those not acceptable that are used on your page. You can even find out what links might be...

Chapter 5: Performance

Travel through time Knowing how your website performs today is equally as important to see how it performs over a period of time. Not only can you see how your site behaved on a particular...

Chapter 5: Setting Up Payment

Follow these steps to set up payment in Shopping Cart Creator Pro: 1. Click the Payment button in the Toolbar.This opens the Payment tab of the Shop Settings window.    ...

Chapter 5: Tags, Snippets and Helpers

The Web Editor’s got a great menu with tools that will help you code faster and more accurately than ever before. To get to this window, go to View > Tags, Snippets, and Helpers . Tags...

Chapter 5: The Frames Tab

Everything you need to successfully create an animation is located in the Frames tab. It’s basically the focal point of the entire program. First, let’s take a look at the frame list in the...

Chapter 5: Theme Browser

Theme Browser Switching designs is incredibly easy using the Theme Browser . Just click the Themes toolbar button, choose a design that looks like it would work for your form, and watch your...

Chapter 5: Tool Tutorials

We’ve covered a lot of ground so far. We looked at the editor’s main features and breezed through an in-depth quick-start guide to help get moving with the program. But...

Chapter 5: Working with Redirection Settings

Custom Error Pages You can use one of the included themes or make one of your very own. To add your own custom theme click the Create New Theme button and enter your theme name....

Chapter 6: Editing Confirm and Notification Emails

With the ever changing world of web design and ever growing mobile market, your form notifications need to be crisp and responsive. By making this change, you are allowing customers to access the...

Chapter 6: Exporting your responsive email

There are two ways to generate your email in Responsive Email Designer; to your CoffeeCup account or to your local computer. Depending on your skill sets and needs, one may work better for you...

Chapter 6: Importing Users

Yep! There are several ways to import users into Website Access Manager. Import from your computer Import from the web Import from your Server Import from...

Chapter 6: Previewing Your Work

The HTML Editor gives you a ton of different options for previewing your work. After all, it’s good web design practice to view your website in several different browsers to ensure...