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"Markup Data Folder Does Not Exist" Error

If you are using Windows XP, Vista or 7,8 and get the "Markup Data Folder does not exist!" error when you try to open the HTML Editor, you may have improperly set permissions for the...

Adding a Drop-Down List to an HTML Form.

Drop-down lists are slightly different from other HTML form elements in that they present multiple options. This being the case, the HTML Editor contains a special tool for keeping your...

Adding a List Box to an HTML Form

List boxes are slightly different from other HTML form elements in that they present multiple options. This being the case, the HTML Editor contains a special tool for keeping your list box...

Adding a Radio Button Group to an HTML Form

Radio buttons are slightly different from other HTML form elements in that they present multiple options and only allow one choice. This being the case, the HTML Editor contains a special tool...

Adding an Image to Your Page

There are two different methods of adding an image to your page: Using the Insert Image window and using the Resource browser. The Insert Image window is a good choice if you want to specify image...

Adding Stand-Alone Applications to the HTML Editor

Integrating software with the HTML Editor is quick and easy using the Applications tool . Clicking the Applications icon in the main toolbar opens a list of eight external applications,...

Bookmarking Your Files.

Maybe it's the last place you left off editing, a portion of the page where you make a lot of changes and updates, or a design element you want to run by a client — for whatever reason,...

Chapter 10: HTML Editor Frequently Asked Questions

Features, Tools, and Functionality What are the limitations of the trial version of the HTML Editor? The trial version of the HTML Editor has the same functionality as the registered...

Chapter 11: HTML Editor Keyboard Shortcuts

You can perform the most commonly used functions in the HTML Editor using keyboard shortcuts. Below is a complete list of all the keyboard shortcuts available in the program: File...

Chapter 1: Getting to Know the HTML Editor Workspace

Opening the Program When you first open the HTML Editor, you'll be asked to log into your CoffeeCup account to verify your purchase. Enter your registered CoffeeCup email and password....

Chapter 2: Working With Website Projects

We cannot stress enough how important Website Projects are. If used correctly, this tool can make broken links a thing of the past. You'll never see those pesky red X's instead of your...

Chapter 3: Creating a New Webpage

There are three ways to create a new page in the HTML Editor: using the Quick Start Wizard , starting from scratch, using a layout, or using a theme. Quick Links: New HTML Page...

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 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 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...

Chapter 7: Uploading Your Website Project

When your website is ready for life on the web, you have two publishing options: FTP Account Sync with S-Drive You can access these options by going to File > Upload to...

Chapter 9: Other Functions of the Html Editor

The HTML Editor does a few more things in a unique way that you may need some more information with. The most commonly used functions are shown here. Switching Between Open Files There...

Chatper 8: Semantic Markup

“A day wasted on others is not wasted on one’s self.” - Charles Dickens, A Tale of Two Cities What does this quote have to do with Semantic Markup? Read on to learn...

Color-Coding Your Tags.

By color-coding your tags, you give each type of tag its own unique color to differentiate it from the rest of the document. Color-coding tags makes debugging a document much easier, since you can...

Create a favicon

Add a fun favicon, short for favorite icon, which is a tiny graphic that appears in the web browser tab when your site is opened. These icons are also used by mobile phones when saving a webpage...

Creating Custom Palettes.

If you're the type of web designer who works with both the page design and the code, then you'll appreciate CoffeeCup HTML Editor's color picker. Gone are the days of experimenting...

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...

Customizing Code Completion in the HTML Editor.

Have you ever wanted to update the tags that appear in the Code Completion list in the HTML Editor? It's actually quite easy. For example, let's say you wanted to add a custom...

Customizing the Code for Default Pages and Framesets.

When you open the Quick Start window ( File > New From Quick Start ), you select the DOCTYPE from the DOCTYPE drop-down list . This automatically inserts a preset block of code into your...

Customizing your HTML Editor Settings

You asked for it and we delivered! You now have the ability to change the toolbar markup used in the HTML Editor to your liking! Why you might ask? Well we have had several requests from our...

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...

How Can I Customize the Characters Under the Characters Tab?

Follow these steps to add in your own characters to the list in the Characters tab on the left-hand side of the program: Make sure the HTML Editor is closed. Go to...

How Do I Add Custom Dictionaries to the HTML Editor?

To import other language dictionaries into the HTML Editor for spell checking needs, first download the .adm file for the language you want to add from the list below. Save it into C:\Program...

How Do I Customize PHP Variables?

Follow these steps to add custom PHP variables to the HTML Editor: Make sure the Editor is closed. Go to  C:\Program Files\CoffeeCup Software\phpdata Use...

How Do I Link to Different Sections on the Same Page? (HTML Editor)

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...