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I Don't Know HTML. Can I Still Use the Program?

Using CoffeeCup HTML requires that you understand the basics of HTML, but you don't need to be an expert. In fact, just reading the online help articles should be enough to get you up and...

Problems Uninstalling the HTML Editor

When attempting to uninstall the HTML Editor, you may receive this message: "This software was installed under an account with administrator rights. You should log on an account with...

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...

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...

How Do I Manually Install HTML Editor Themes? (HTML Editor 2010 First Edition and Lower)

If you are using any version of the HTML Editor lower than 2010 SE, you will have to manually install any themes you buy from our Theme Shop . Here's how: Download your HTML...

How to Transfer Themes From an Older Version of the HTML Editor to the Latest Version.

Follow these steps to transfer a theme installed into an older version of the HTML Editor to the latest version: Go to  C:\Program Files\CoffeeCup Software\Themes....

How To Create Lists.

Lists are a great way to present your information in an organized, eye-catching way. Sure, you could use plain text to get your point across, but lists are much easier and faster to read....

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...

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 Do I Upload Website Project Files to Specific Folders on my Server?

Ready for some good news? You actually don't need to do anything special to upload your Website Project files to a specific folder on your server. When you upload a file from the My...

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...

Tricks for HTML Editor 12.5

Everybody likes customizing stuff and learning secret stuff, right? Well, we wanted to give you the scoop on some tweaks with the HTML Editor that give you a bit more control over how the tabs...

I Can't View the Help File.

Note : In HTML Editor version 2009 and later, the .chm help file was replaced with a PDF. To upgrade to the latest version of the HTML Editor, download it from your My Products page . If you...

How to Change the Version of Internet Explorer in the Preview Tab.

As of HTML Editor 2010 SE and higher, the Preview tab uses Internet Explorer 8 (as long as it's installed on your system). Not only is this more modern, it also allows you to work with...

Importing Themes to The HTML Editor

Got an HTML Editor theme you'd like to use? Adding it to your theme collection and starting a new project with your brand new professional design is really pretty simple. If you're...

HTML Editor: Website Projects setup

Website Projects are one of the most useful components of the HTML Editor, because they keep your entire website organized on and off of the web. It's easy to set up a Website Project and...

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,...

Squares or Question Marks Appear in Place of Spaces.

These characters will appear in place of spaces if the text was originally written in another application, such as Microsoft Word, and then copied and pasted into the Visual Editor tab . The...

My Thumbnail Images are a Different Size than I Specified.

When you create a thumbnail using the Insert Image window , you have the option of specifying the height and width of the thumbnail image. However, the exact values you enter may not appear in...

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...

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...

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...

How Do I Turn On Line Numbers by Default?

To turn line numbers on by default in the HTML Editor, go to the Tools Menu > Preferences > Customization Now click on Modify Options Check the box...

No Such Interface Supported

If you get the "No Such Interface Supported" error when either launching HTML Editor or trying to access the Visual Editor in the program, this means you have installed the software...

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...

S-Drive Academy: Sync with the HTML Editor

Yep, it’s another fun day of class at S-Drive Academy. Today we’re going to show you how a website made with The HTML Editor can be synced to S-Drive. Yes, this is the same...

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>,...

Switching Between Open Files

There are a couple of different options for switching between open files in the HTML Editor. Window Menu The Window menu allows you to see all the files open in the Editor. Click...

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...