Anyone used this application?
Has anyone used the CoffeCup website building application?
If so, was it any good?
Here is its website -
give it a try and then tell everybody what you think about it
So much to do and so little time to do it. I was hoping someone who had tried it could either convince me that is is worthwhile to use, or the opposite.
Tried it, hate it.
It is extremely limited. Unless you are a real beginner I wouldn't recommend it. For me there are only 2 options:
but these are more professional tools and cost $$. You could pick up and older version cheaper though.
Dreamweaver MX will be able to do anything that you want to do on the Web, including ASP,PHP etc... (I love having the option, even though I can't institute server side script yet).
Tried it did not like it, but that was about two years ago so it may have changed. I am a Homesite 4.0 person myself.
If I am not using HomeSite the next best thng for me is notepad.
Coffeecup is a ok program, but as it has been said, limited.
My favourite is 1st page 2000. You can tweak the controls
for newbies up to experts. (different set with controls for
Check it out at:
http://www.evrsoft.com/ (and its totally Free!)
The only thing it lacks is a framewizard, but...who needs
Something else thats kind of cool, is the IFRAME command.
Guess its old news, but try this in a index.html file (in the body)
< iframe src="index2.html" name="mainwindow" title="iframe" width="500" height="300" >
and make a index2.hmtl file with some stuff on (different colors
You can even link iframes to eachother like you do with ordinary
(take a look at one of my sites, and you will see it in action:
http://www.titanicswimteam.com - Our band site (not finished).
'Give me a warhammer and
a piece of string, and I'll
get your 'userproblem' out
of the way....' :-)
Why didn't you mention it in your subject line?
Anyway, yeah, I did try it a couple years ago in a web development class, but wasn't impressed. I was used to Dreamweaver. One lasting impression I remember was that Coffee Cup inserted A LOT of its own extraneous HTML code. Dreamweaver (as far as I know) is a lot better at this.