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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...

Using the Code Cleaner.

If you've ever tried to edit someone else's code, you know how much of a hassle it can be to pick through a style that isn't your own. Reformatting can be a pain, but with the HTML...

Using the Font Wizard

Among the many incredible tools found within our HTML Editor, the Font Wizard is a great tool to enhance your page design.  You can find the Font Wizard under the Format tab. When...

Using the Frame Designer

So, you're ready to put your coding experience to the test by creating a page with frames? The HTML Editor can give you a boost with its Frame Designer. Here's how you work with it:...

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...

What are the Limitations of the Trial Version of the HTML Editor?

The trial version of HTML Editor has the same functionality as the registered version. The only difference between the two is that the trial expires after 30 days.

What are the System Requirements for CoffeeCup HTML Editor?

To use the latest version of CoffeeCup HTML Editor, you must be using Windows XP Service Pack 3, Windows Vista, or Windows 7/8  with Internet Explorer 8.0 or higher. If you are using a...

What are these CPF and CPFS files, anyway?

In your HTML Editor's Website Project folder, there are two files that contain data about your project: The .cpf file is your project source file, and contains the path to your...

What is a Horizontal Rule?

A horizontal rule (<hr>) is a line that goes across a webpage, like so: That was just a default horizontal rule — it's totally possible to create stylish ones, too! To...

What is the Difference Between a Layout and a Theme in the HTML Editor?

A layout includes the HTML for a basic webpage structure and allows you to provide your own content. This gives you more freedom over the appearance of your design. A theme includes three...

Why Can't I Use the Visual Editor with an HTML5 DOCTYPE?

The reason the Visual Editor won't work with an HTML5 DOCTYPE is because it was built around HTML 4.01. As a result, it does not recognize HTML5 tags such as <video>, <audio>,...

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...