Suitable for both Web-design newbies and HTML hotshots, CoffeeCup 2008 introduces a new CSS and HTML autocompletion tool to join its well-known WYSIWYG and standard HTML editors.
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.
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. And for those of you who like to stay on top of the latest and greatest web design developments, we have four words: HTML5 and CSS3 support. Something for everyone -- not too shabby, eh?
What's new in this version:
Tighter integration with IE9 and more support for HTML5 and CSS3.