CoffeeCup VisualSite Designer


License: Free to try
Downloads: 1393
Op. System: WinXP, Windows Vista Ultimate, Windows Vista Ultimate x64, Windows Tablet PC Edition 2005, Windows Media Center Edition 2005, Windows Vista Starter, Windows Vista Home Basic, Windows Vista Home Premium, Windows Vista Business, Windows Vista Enterprise, Windows Vista Home Basic x64, Windows Vista Home Premium x64, Windows Vista Business x64, Windows Vista Enterprise x64
Last updated: 09-18-2011
File size: 17.63 MB
Publisher: CoffeeCup Software
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Editor's review CoffeeCup VisualSite Designer

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While the knowledge of HTML is important in the design of web sites, you do not necessarily be the one with the skills. Use a program that is skilled instead! CoffeeCup VisualSite Designer will help you to design great web pages without the need to deal with any codes. It uses WYSIWIG system, which means that you will be able to see the web pages just as they will appear. You will simply drag & drop the files you would like to include in your web page and make adjustments until you get the appearance you like. It has ten themes that will help you to come up with your web pages quickly.

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Visitor: hillybillypissflap
i recon the last comment was from some one who works for coffe cup it read really false ,, but hay im going to try the software not really bothered if it is not seen by google most my business come from word of mouth as of most buisinesses but if your a big firm then fair play you need to be seen by invisible robots searching the internet
General rate: Positive
Visitor: TC
Depending on what you want to do this program is either great or a total piece of frustrating garbage. It is easy to make web pages using this program - if you can use Microsoft Word you will be able to figure this out. BUT if you ever want a search engine to see your site, do NOT use this software. The way the programming is done on this software makes it IMPOSSIBLE for a search engine to "see" your site. Titles, descriptions, keywords, metas, are all made invisible to search engines - but they will see the code for your layout, so no matter what your site is about search engines will think it is about borders, alignment, margins, etc. Also, the title of your webpage will appear in the browser window as "" and your pages will be seen as Page1, Page2 etc, regardless of what you actually named them - not exactly professional if that is what you wanted. Also, the tech support stinks.
General rate: Negative
Visitor: elbonobo
I've found CoffeeCup VSD to be a very useful and eady to use program. However, the idea that you don't have to know any HTML is not true. As soon as you try to create links within a page you have to use the HTML tool and actually write the code for the anchor and the link. Not a big deal but, you would think that they would have made that easier for a program that's supposed to be WYSIWYG. Still a great program, though.
General rate: Positive
Visitor: Rockabye Baby
Wow I read the last comment and said 'No Way' not Coffee Cup. I have been using their software since 1998 and it's great and their support has always been top-notch. They give more support than big software comapnies and always have. (they helped me build my first web site over the phone) I downloaded VisualSite Designer to see if the last comment was correct and it wasn't at all. It works great. I use the Coffeecup HTML Editor as my main tool though because it's easy and grows with you.
General rate: Positive