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Structured Data: It's happening right now!

An Overview Text and images, the main components of any webpage, are easier to understand for humans than for machines. A simple fact, but something with big consequences for the way the...

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...

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...

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:...

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...

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...

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...

Can I Use Shopping Cart Creator on an Existing Website?

Shopping Cart Creator generates all the files you need to run your online shop, which means it can be used as a standalone website. Additionally, the Pages Tool gives you the option to add up to...

HTML Editor vs. Visual Site Designer

Glad to see you're interested in building a website! Often people will ask us: Should I pick the HTML Editor or Visual Site Designer ? What's the difference between the two?...

How to Open CSS Menu Links in a New Window.

Follow these instructions to set your CSS menu links to open in a new window: 1. If you haven't done so already, insert your menu code into your page. (For more information about this...

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...

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 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...

How to Change Where Things Appear on the Page.

Web browsers require special code for things like extra spaces and new lines. Luckily, the HTML editor comes with a set of tools that allow you to easily manipulate the appearance of your page....

HTML Editor Installation Cleanup

The HTML Editor 12 and greater  installation is pretty darn smooth, but there may be occasions where the previous version of the HTML Editor was not uninstalled cleanly. You'll want to...

How to Insert JavaScripts.

Note : This feature is disabled in HTML Editor version 2009 and higher. However, you can still insert your own JavaScripts and save them as snippets. For more information about customizing...

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...

How to Use the Open From Web Function.

With the HTML Editor, you can import published webpages from the Internet and open them in the program. To do this, go to File > Open From Web . This opens the Open From Web window ,...

Implementing Structured Data

The concept of structured data By adding descriptive code or markup to the HTML of web pages, search engines can get a better understanding of what your content is about. This better...

"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...

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...

How Do I Save My Own Themes in the HTML Editor?

If you would like your own themes to appear in the Theme Chooser, here's what you need to do: Use the HTML Editor to design your own theme. Save your theme in its own...

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...

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...

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...

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...

Is There a JavaScript or HTML Debugger Included in the Program?

There are no JavaScript debugging tools in HTML Editor, but there is an HTML code cleaner that can find unclosed and unsupported tags, as well as other anomalies in your code. To access it, go...

Adding a Tweet Button to Your Page

Have you ever seen those amazing "Tweet" buttons that people have been adding to their website layouts? When added to your page, these Tweet buttons can truly...

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...

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...