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    CoffeeCup Software

    Is CoffeCup Software any good? Has anyone tried it on here? I know it uses tables and css is the wave of the future, but it looks perfect for making some quality adsense sites.

  2. Why of course it is!!

    Suitable for both Web-design newbies and HTML hotshots, CoffeeCup introduces a new CSS and HTML autocompletion tool to join its well-known WYSIWYG and standard HTML editors.

    It continues to offer powerful features melded to a straightforward and compact interface that is organized by tabs--perfect for keeping track of multiple projects. Its advanced features include HTML and CSS scripting, Flash animations, and drag-and-drop Java scripts. Beginners, meanwhile, get an excellent tutorial and a WYSIWYG editor that supports simple drag-and-drop. Heavily trafficked support forums are also available. An extensive array of samples and templates includes site designs and JavaScript-based widgets such as calendars and calculators.

    You also get a complete list of tags. Inserting an image, a table, a list, or a DHTML menu is a snap. Tabbed editing lets you simultaneously change multiple pages, and a built-in FTP client facilitates one-click uploading. The status bar displays valid usage suggestions, and you even get a built-in thesaurus. Full-featured and easy to use, users who are worried about the $50 price tag should be comforted by the fact that it includes lifetime free upgrades.

    Check it out: The HTML Editor | CoffeeCup Software
    We also have a free trial so you can test it out for 28 days before you buy.

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    Coffeecup is pretty good. I believe that there is trial version available?

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    I'm quite amused by the fact that someone from CoffeeCup signed up to advertise in this thread. xD

    Personally, I find their software to be a bit outdated - more suitable for older-looking sites and web properties. Nothing too fancy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kovich View Post
    I'm quite amused by the fact that someone from CoffeeCup signed up to advertise in this thread. xD

    Personally, I find their software to be a bit outdated - more suitable for older-looking sites and web properties. Nothing too fancy.
    I don't think it looks outdated, it actually looks pretty snazzy and it supports HTML and CSS and also has a code view so it's not like you have no choice about if you use the WYSIWYG or code view.

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    wow CoffeCup I hadn't heard about them for years I remember I used them long time ago when I was like 12 or 13 years old and I wanted to have an epic website, I also remember I tried the flash video player creator or something like that not so long ago.

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    Has anyone tried out the current version in trial? Didn't want to muck with it if the above reports were from the current version.
    Cheers,
    James

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    Quote Originally Posted by javanx3d View Post
    Has anyone tried out the current version in trial? Didn't want to muck with it if the above reports were from the current version.
    Cheers,
    James
    Go ahead it looks totally fine and it's only as good as the person that uses it.

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    You guys implement mega tags yet? This is a must for webmasters

    Quote Originally Posted by MonicaCoffeeCup View Post
    Why of course it is!!

    Suitable for both Web-design newbies and HTML hotshots, CoffeeCup introduces a new CSS and HTML autocompletion tool to join its well-known WYSIWYG and standard HTML editors.

    It continues to offer powerful features melded to a straightforward and compact interface that is organized by tabs--perfect for keeping track of multiple projects. Its advanced features include HTML and CSS scripting, Flash animations, and drag-and-drop Java scripts. Beginners, meanwhile, get an excellent tutorial and a WYSIWYG editor that supports simple drag-and-drop. Heavily trafficked support forums are also available. An extensive array of samples and templates includes site designs and JavaScript-based widgets such as calendars and calculators.

    You also get a complete list of tags. Inserting an image, a table, a list, or a DHTML menu is a snap. Tabbed editing lets you simultaneously change multiple pages, and a built-in FTP client facilitates one-click uploading. The status bar displays valid usage suggestions, and you even get a built-in thesaurus. Full-featured and easy to use, users who are worried about the $50 price tag should be comforted by the fact that it includes lifetime free upgrades.

    Check it out: The HTML Editor | CoffeeCup Software
    We also have a free trial so you can test it out for 28 days before you buy.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Pacman131 View Post
    You guys implement mega tags yet? This is a must for webmasters
    Meta tags? It's not a must for webmasters.

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