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pnplawn
10-13-2007, 08:04 PM
I have had chance to see and test this HTML editor. Its called CoffeeCup HTML Editor.



It has the capabilities of two editors in one application as it edits your code as well as works as a WYSIWYG editor. If you are a beginner and are interested in learning HTML though do not have the expertise to develop complex websites, you could use the drag and drop feature. The visual editor helps complete your work and you could go and check the code to learn more. For easier work, you could access the numerous website templates available alongwith 100 DHTML and Javascripts, a DHTML Menu wizard, 25,000 Graphics and Photos including over 1,000 XP Style Icons. There are features which can take care of all your work such as HTML code cleaner, style sheet editor, project manager and so on.
You are left with less work and your wildest creative ideas brought to shape, with an amazing product for life with free upgrades and support. [B][U]

http://www.coffeecup.com/html-editor/images/screenshots/screen2.gif

You can down load free trial.

FREE TRAIL (http://www.coffeecup.com/html-editor/download.php)

* Most importantly and probably the biggest upgrade EVER for HTML Editor is the addition of WYSIWYG capabilities. You can now design, edit, drag-and-drop until your heart is content, without needing to look at the HTML code.
* Free Support & Free Upgrades for Life
* Over 25,000 Graphics & Photos Included
* Our Open from Web function lets you view and edit code right off the internet. A great resource for learning HTML.
* The DHTML Menu Builder is the tool you've been waiting for! Now you can make sharp looking dropdown menus in minutes, no scripting experience necessary!
* 100 DHTML & JavaScripts Included
* Fast & Simple Image and Link Inserting
* Wizards for Frames, Tables, Forms, Fonts & more
* Upload your webpages with a click of the mouse! Our Right-Click FTP and Built-in FTP Program keeps website updates simple.
* Easy Drag & Drop WYSIWYG Visual Editor
* Full-Featured HTML Code Editor with Quickstart
* Includes CoffeeCup Image Mapper 4.0!
* Includes CoffeeCup Flash Website Font
* Want easy to use JavaScripts? We included the best JavaScripts you'll find!
* Built in SiteMapper Creator
* Over 1000 XP Style Icons are included FREE. These flashy icons make your webpage stand out from the crowd.
* Includes Over 1000 XP Style Graphics !
* Spelling mistakes and typos are a thing of the past with our Active Spell Check feature. The HTML Editor will check for errors as you type, right-click the selection for the correct spelling.
* Are you worried that your page uses an older version of HTML? Worry no longer, we have added an XHTML conversion tool to convert those old pages
* New stand alone Free FTP client included with HTML Editor 2007!
* Since more of you are using our program for other types of code, likeXHTML and PHP we added their tags to the program as well.
* Cross Browser compatibility is important, and testing in different browsers can be annoying and time consuming. The HTML Editor allows quick and easy browsing with any installed web browser.
* Do you like the quality and functions of Flash but don't have time to learn how? Use the Flash Wizard to spice up your webpage with cool text effects.
* HTML Editor has CoffeeCup SiteMapper built right in, no charge.
* Our Table Wizard guides you step by step to creating stable HTML tables. Beginners will appreciate the WYSIWYG interface.
* Highlighting your HTML tags makes webpage building easier. Customize your Tag Highlighting Options to fit your style.
* HTML Editor now includes CoffeeCup Image Mapper 4.0. FREE!!
* The HTML Editor handles multiple page editing effortlessly. Simply tab between open .html files.
* Every purchase of the HTML Editor includes Ten Free Website Templates, Valued at $190.
* Avoid grammatical faux pas with the extensive vocabulary of our built-in thesaurus.
* We know you want as much room as possible to edit your pages so we made the left panel scroll in and out, to get it out of your way.
* Not sure how to create the code to use Frames on your website? No problem, just use Frame Designer.
* Use the Split Screen Preview w/ JavaScript, CSS & DHTML to view the changes while you make them.
* Super Snazzy Style Sheet Editor, your one stop shop for no hassle CSS.
* Keep track of your image files and apply attributes quickly with the Image Preview function.
* Typing the same HTML or javascript code over and over again is repetitive and boring. Save often used code as a Snippet and click and drag whenever you need it again.
* Certain special characters have to be formatted with HTML tags, it's easy with our Special Characters list. Just point and click!
* The CoffeeCup HTML Editor's HTML Stripper feature removes tags from selected text. A handy feature if you're dealing with large blocks of text.
* New DHTML Scripts make dynamic websites available to everyone. We included a dozen of them for your convenience.
* Plus thousands of professional quality web graphics. These FREE images help make your site look the way you want.
* Large sites are easy to manage with the Project Manager. Get instant access to your webpages and images and more!
* Background images give your website a finished look, so we've packed the Editor full of them!
* HTML has great displays for listing items, if you know how to use them. But with our List Designer you don't have to know the code, just point and click!
* Even HTML experts make mistakes, but with Unlimited Undo those mistakes disappear with the click of a button.
* With so many great CoffeeCup Software programs, you'll want easy access to other programs while developing your website. What's easier than point and click?
* The HTML Editor can generate your font tags for you. Simple point and click options let you customize Font Attributes.
* and a whole lot more.
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For the buck this is best I have seen for people that dont know HTML


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Steve
10-13-2007, 08:11 PM
A bunch of the lawn care operators on this forum have used that editor and have liked it.

pnplawn
10-13-2007, 08:19 PM
I personally use Dream Weaver. But I feel that is the best HTML EDITOR for the beginner.

Steve
10-13-2007, 08:29 PM
Yes, especially when you first get started. HTML can be daunting! Drag and drop wysiwyg screens are fantastic. The more they act like word processors, the easier they are to use.

pmblair
10-14-2007, 08:27 AM
Looks fairly simple to use... but I also use Dreamweaver MX. Just been using it for so long now, I can't see myself using anything else.