TE has just released latest update of CoffeeCup HTML Editor as Retail version. This program helps you create web sites more easily.
You want to create great websites. Totally stellar, kick-butt websites that leave people saying, “Wow, you really made that?” Consider the HTML Editor your new best friend. HTML veterans, you’ll create standards-compliant sites using powerful tools like code completion and built-in validation. Rookies, get ready to learn the ropes with resources like the comprehensive tag reference and vibrant website themes.
Keep Things Organized With Website Projects.
When it comes to websites, organization is key. A logical structure keeps things running smoothly and all but eliminates pesky issues like broken links and those annoying red X’s that show up where your images should be. With that in mind, we designed Website Projects, a comprehensive yet easy-to-use set of tools that gives you complete control over how your website is organized.
Create a file structure that fits your needs. Use intuitive tools like toolbars, right-click menus, and keyboard shortcuts to add elements to your pages. Create a website that looks great and performs even better.
Websites That Work Every Time.
With valid website code, your pages display consistently in different browsers, work better with CSS, and are more accessible for disabled users and search engines. There’s also the satisfaction that comes from knowing you’re doing things right. That’s why the HTML Editor comes with three different tools to correct human error and ensure that you’re using valid code.
A comprehensive Tag Reference section puts the correct tags right at your fingertips. Code Completion automatically suggests tags as you type them, preventing unclosed tags. Last but not least, a built-in validation tool allows you to check your code using W3C standards for perfectly valid pages every time. Whether you're creating websites in HTML 4.01, XHTML 1.0, or HTML5, these tools have you covered.
Keep an Eye on Things.
Even the most hardcore programmer can’t look at a page of code and instantly tell how it’s going to look in a web browser. That’s why the HTML Editor gives you three different preview options.
Want to see your page in a browser? You can do that — in fact, you can open up to 10 different browsers from inside the HTML Editor. Don’t want to open a whole new window? We hear that. That’s why we built a browser right in the program — all you have to do is switch to a different workspace view. And for the user who wants even more convenience, we have the Split-Screen Preview. It’s your webpage, in a built-in browser, right below your code. It couldn’t be handier.
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