H

head
element

The
section
of
an
HTML
document
that
contains
head
elements,
including
the

following
tags:
<meta>,
<script>,
<style>,
and
<title>.

hex
code

A
six‐character
code
consisting
of
letters
and/or
numbers
that
represents
a
color.

hidden
text

Form
text
that
is
not
rendered
by
Web
browsers
but
that
does
appear
in
the
form

results.
It
can
be
used
for
sorting
and
filtering
information.


highlighting
scheme

A
system
of
highlighting
that
can
be
applied
to
different
code
languages
in
the

HTML
Editor.
This
can
be
used
to
help
distinguish
different
elements
and

attributes.

horizontal
rule

A
horizontal
line
that
can
be
added
to
your
page
design.

host
name

The
address
you
need
to
connect
to
the
server.
If
you
do
not
know
this

information,
contact
your
hosting
provider.





HTML

Abbreviation
for
HyperText
Markup
Language.
This
is
the
language
used
to
create

Webpages.


hyperlink

A
reference
on
a
Webpage
that
takes
you
to
a
new
location.

I
–
L


image
map

An
interactive
image
with
areas
that
can
be
clicked
to
link
the
user
to
a
different

location.

kilobyte

A
kilobyte
(abbreviated
Kb)
equals
1024
bytes
and
is
a
reference
to
file
size.

layout

A
feature
in
the
HTML
Editor
that
contains
the
HTML
for
a
basic
page
structure.





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link

Short
for
hyperlink.

link
hover
color

The
color
of
a
link
when
a
user
holds
their
mouse
over
it.

list
box

A
text
box
containing
a
list
of
items
that
your
user
can
select.
A
list
box
is
best

suited
for
lists
in
which
your
user
can
select
several
options.


M
–
N


margin

The
white
space
surrounding
an
element.
When
the
margin
is
increased
for
a

selected
element,
more
space
will
appear
between
the
element
and
the
objects

surrounding
it.




menu
bar

Located
at
the
top
of
the
program,
the
Menu
bar
gives
you
access
to
all
the

program
options
and
tools,
as
well
as
things
like
printing
projects,
customizing
the

appearance
of
the
workspace,
and
exiting
the
program.

meta
description

A
short
description
of
your
Website.
It
should
be
no
longer
than
50
words.

meta
keyword

Words
that
describe
your
Webpage.
They
must
each
be
separated
by
a
comma
and

a
space.


meta
tag

An
HTML
tag
located
in
the
head
section
that
contains
keywords
and
a

description.

MIME
Post
Method

A
type
of
application
that
processes
form
data.

non‐breaking
space
(&nbsp;)

A
character
entity
rendered
by
Web
browsers
as
a
space.
This
can
be
used
to
insert

extra
spaces,
since
HTML
only
allows
for
one
space
between
each
word.

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P

padding

The
white
space
within
an
element.
When
padding
is
increased
for
a
selected

element,
more
space
will
appear
between
its
outer
edges
and
the
objects
contained

within
it.

passive
mode

A
way
of
connecting
to
a
server.
Enable
passive
mode
if
you
experience
trouble

connecting.

pre
tags

HTML
tag
that
preserve
the
formatting
of
the
text
they
surround,
including
extra

spaces
and
indenting.


PHP

A
scripting
language
used
to
create
dynamic
Webpages.




pixel

A
computer
screen
consists
of
numerous
tiny
colored
dots.
These
dots
are
called

pixels.

port

FTP
information
that
defines
how
the
server
responds
to
a
certain
protocol.
For

most
FTP
connections,
the
port
should
be
set
to
21.


Preview
tab

The
area
of
the
program
that
contains
built‐in
browser
(Internet
Explorer)
you
can

use
to
preview
your
Website.

proxy

A
special
kind
of
FTP
connection.
If
you
are
unsure
whether
you
use
a
proxy
to

connect,
chances
are
you
do
not,
but
you
can
contact
your
hosting
provider
to

make
sure.


R
–
S


remote
folder

In
an
FTP
profile,
this
setting
determines
where
files
will
be
stored
on
a
server.

Typical
folder
names
are
public_html,
web,
and
www.
If
you
do
not
know
this

information,
you
will
need
to
contact
your
hosting
provider.

Resource
browser

The
area
on
the
left‐hand
side
of
the
program
that
contains
the
My
Websites,
My

Computer,
Tags,
Code
Snippets,
and
Character
tabs.

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script

A
program
in
a
language
like
JavaScript
or
PHP
that
creates
interactive
Webpages.

server

A
computer
that
stores
Website
files
so
others
may
view
the
site
on
the
Internet.

Statusbar


Located
at
the
bottom
of
the
workspace,
the
Statusbar
allows
you
to
switch

between
open
documents
and
view
basic
information
about
the
open
file.

style
sheet

A
CSS
document
that
defines
how
an
HTML
document
is
displayed.

T

tag

The
content
inside
angle
brackets
in
an
HTML
element.
For
example,
in
the
HTML

for
a
link
(<a href=“http://www.coffeecup.com”>Click here for 
great software!</a>),
<a href=”http://www.coffeecup.com”>
is
the

starting
tag,
and
</a>
is
the
ending
tag.

target

A
specific
location
where
a
link
points.
This
can
be
a
different
area
on
the
same

page,
another
frame,
or
a
new
browser
window.


text
area

A
multiple‐line
field
where
your
user
can
type
information.
This
is
best
suited
for

longer
answers,
such
as
messages,
feedback,
etc.

theme

A
page
creation
option
that
includes
three
pages
(index.html,
about‐us.html,
and

contact‐us.html)
that
include
the
HTML
and
images
for
a
basic
design.


thumbnail

A
smaller
version
of
an
image.
Thumbnails
are
often
used
as
links
to
the
original

version
of
the
image.


title
tag

Used
to
specify
a
page
title,
which
appears
on
the
browser's
title
bar
and
appears
in

search
results.
A
good
page
title
succinctly
describes
the
content
on
the
page.


toolbar

Located
across
the
top
of
the
program
and
the
different
components
within
the

program,
toolbars
offer
shortcuts
to
commonly
used
program
functions.


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U
–
X


undocumented
character

A
character
that
is
not
supported
in
a
given
character
set
or
code
language.

URL

A
Web
address.
http://www.coffeecup.com

is
a
URL.

Visual
Editor

The
area
of
the
program
that
allows
you
to
work
directly
with
the
elements
in
your

page
in
a
WYSIWYG
(What
You
See
Is
What
You
Get)
environment.


Web
browser

A
program
used
to
access
the
Internet.
The
most
popular
browsers
are
Firefox,

Internet
Explorer,
Opera,
Google
Chrome,
and
Safari.

Website
Project

A
comprehensive
system
that
keeps
your
Webpages
and
any
associated
files

organized.
You
can
work
with
Website
Projects
in
the
Website
Projects
tab.

Working
folder

If
you
are
using
a
Website
Project,
by
default,
the
Working
folder
is
the
same
as

the
Website
Projects
folder.
Otherwise,
it
is
the
folder
where
your
Website
files
are

saved.




WYSIWYG

Abbreviation
for
What
You
See
Is
What
You
Get.
This
is
a
kind
of
Web
design

software
where
users
work
with
the
actual
page
elements
instead
of
HTML
code.

XHTML

Abbreviation
for
Extensible
Hypertext
Markup
Language.
This
is
a
language
used

to
create
Webpages.


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About
CoffeeCup
Software

CoffeeCup
Software,
Inc.
was
founded
in
1996,
but
the
roots
of
our
name
go
back
a

bit
further.
Here’s
how
it
all
started:

The
story
of
CoffeeCup
began
in
a
real
coffeehouse
called
The
Raven
&
The

Sparrow
in
1994.
It
was
the
only
place
in
Corpus
Christi,
Texas
(and
one
of
only
a

dozen
or
so
worldwide)
that
offered
free
Internet
access.
People
could
come
by,

order
a
cappuccino,
and
surf
the
Web,
which
was
quite
new
at
the
time.
As
more

people
were
exposed
to
the
Internet,
more
people
wanted
to
be
a
part
of
it.

With
all
these
computer
junkies
as
guests,
it
was
clear
that
the
coffeecup.com
domain
name
needed
to
be
purchased
and
that
a
Website
for
the
coffeehouse

needed
to
be
made.
The
coffeehouse
got
a
little
press
from
TV
and
the
local

newspaper,
and
other
businesses
started
to
call
about
making
Websites
for
them,

too.
Back
then
in
the
early
days
of
the
Internet,
good
software
to
easily
create

good‐looking
Websites
was
really
hard
to
find.
So,
as
with
the
first
Website
for
the

coffeehouse,
these
sites
were
made
with
hand‐coded
HTML
using
Notepad.

One
day,
while
chatting
with
a
few
regulars
about
creating
Websites,
the
idea
of
a

simple
yet
powerful
HTML
editor
was
born.
We
wanted
to
create
a
nifty
piece
of

software
that
would
make
it
easy
for
people
like
us
to
build
our
own
Websites.

One
of
the
regulars
was
a
programmer,
so
we
got
to
work,
and
in
August
of
1996

the
first
version
of
our
HTML
Editor
was
released.
Since
the
coffeehouse
already

had
the
www.coffeecup.com

domain
name,
our
first
software
program
was
called

the
CoffeeCup
HTML
Editor,
and
the
company
was
named
CoffeeCup
Software.

The
software
was
posted
on
the
Website,
and
it
was
an
instant
hit!
People
from
all

over
the
world
were
downloading
the
program
and
e‐mailing
their
praises.

At
the
same
time
the
coffeehouse
started
to
encounter
parking
problems.
You
see,

the
coffeehouse
was
quite
popular,
and
with
only
eight
parking
spots,
people
often

parked
along
the
street.
Apparently
this
was
a
problem
to
the
city
of
Corpus

Christi.
The
City
Council
suggested
we
buy
more
land
and
put
in
a
new
parking

lot,
but
that
would
be
an
expensive
venture.
Besides,
creating
software
was
a
lot

more
fun,
and
with
that
amount
of
money,
whole
new
applications
could
be
built!

Soon
the
coffeehouse
was
closed
as
we
focused
on
creating
and
releasing

shareware
applications
like
the
Image
Mapper
and
Direct
FTP.
After
some
time,

the
efforts
began
to
pay
off
as
more
and
more
people
started
using
(and
paying
for)

the
software.
The
rest
is
Internet
history.

376
In
the
last
10
years
we
have
moved
to
a
larger
office,
started
a
Web
hosting

company,
a
search
engine
submission
service,
and
created
over
25
other
software

programs
so
that
others
could
fulfill
their
dreams
of
Web
design,
too.

Now
with
more
than
29,905,323
users
worldwide,
and
software
sold
in
over
87

countries,
CoffeeCup
Software
has
grown
beyond
our
wildest
dreams.
We
have

won
lots
of
awards,
including
being
No.
400
in
the
Interactive
500,
a
ranking
of
the

best
Internet
and
E‐Commerce
companies.
We
still
remember
the
good
old
days

though,
when
we
were
just
a
small
coffeehouse.
We
strive
to
keep
that
same
level

of
personal
service
with
a
smile
that
went
with
every
cup
of
steaming
hot

cappuccino.

377
Contact
Us

We
give
you
more
then
just
software.


We
have
a
mission
when
it
comes
to
support:
Be
extraordinary!

When
you
buy
our
software,
what
you
get
goes
well
beyond
what
you
expect
from

a
software
company.
We
do
not
offer
tech
support
—
we
offer
coaches
and

counselors
to
help
you
with
the
software
and
Web
design.
We
are
here
for
you
so

you
can
be
a
successful
Webmaster,
not
just
learn
a
piece
of
software.

Registered
customers
always
get:

•  The software you paid for, of course. 
•  Free live chat support (ask a question, get an answer live). 
•  Free upgrades for life and access to download software at any time. 
•  Access to our User Forum where you can talk about Web design or business tips. 
•  Availability to visit our offices to sit down for some pointers. 
•  Exclusive discounts and sneak peeks at new software or services. 
Trial
Support
Services: 
We
are
always
happy
to
help
you
with
your
questions
about
our
software.
If
you

are
using
a
trial
version
of
our
software
you
can
use
the
Online
Help
and

Knowledgebase
links
above
or
e‐mail
our
support
staff
any
time.
Feel
free
to
ask
us

your
questions,
and
we
will
reply
as
soon
as
possible.


Get
priority
support
and
access
to
our
Customer
Care
Center
when
you
order
our

software.
Our
mission
is
to
provide
the
best
possible
service
to
our
customers.
Join

the
ranks
of
Webmasters
worldwide
and
order
our
software
today.
You'll
be
happy

you
did.
:)


Our
Address:

CoffeeCup
Software

165
Courtland
Street

Suite
A,
Box
312

Atlanta,
GA
30303

USA

Phone:
(678)
495‐3480


http://www.coffeecup.com
378
Thank
You

To
all
our
users
—
you
know
who
you
are...

Without
the
support
and
feedback
of
those
who
download
and
buy
our
software,

we
wouldn't
be
here.
We
are
very
lucky
to
have
had
so
many
people
over
the
years

think
our
software
is
great,
and
we
are
proud
that
you
still
do.

Thank
You
Everyone!
379
End
User
License
Agreement

BY
CLICKING
THE
ACCEPT
BUTTON
OR
INSTALLING
THE
SOFTWARE,
YOU

(EITHER
AN
INDIVIDUAL
OR
A
SINGLE
ENTITY)
CONSENT
TO
BE
BOUND
BY

AND
BECOME
A
PARTY
TO
THIS
AGREEMENT.
IF
YOU
DO
NOT
AGREE
TO

ALL
OF
THE
TERMS
OF
THIS
AGREEMENT,
CLICK
THE
BUTTON
THAT

INDICATES
THAT
YOU
DO
NOT
ACCEPT
THE
TERMS
OF
THIS
AGREEMENT

AND
DO
NOT
INSTALL
THE
SOFTWARE.
(IF
APPLICABLE,
YOU
MAY
RETURN

THE
PRODUCT
TO
THE
PLACE
OF
PURCHASE
FOR
A
FULL
REFUND.)


1.
License
Grant.
Subject
to
the
payment
of
the
applicable
license
fees,
and
subject

to
the
terms
and
conditions
of
this
Agreement,
CoffeeCup
Software
hereby
grants

to
you
a
non‐exclusive,
non‐transferable
right
to
use
one
copy
of
the
specified

version
of
the
Software
and
the
accompanying
documentation
(the

"Documentation")
on
one
computer
only.


2.
Term.
This
Agreement
is
effective
for
an
unlimited
duration
unless
and
until

earlier
terminated
as
set
forth
herein.
This
Agreement
will
terminate
automatically

if
you
fail
to
comply
with
any
of
the
limitations
or
other
requirements
described

herein.
Upon
any
termination
or
expiration
of
this
Agreement,
you
must
destroy

all
copies
of
the
Software
and
the
Documentation.
You
may
terminate
this

Agreement
at
any
point
by
destroying
all
copies
of
the
Software
and
the

Documentation.


3.
Ownership
Rights.
The
Software
is
protected
by
United
States
copyright
laws

and
international
treaty
provisions.
CoffeeCup
Software
and
its
suppliers
own
and

retain
all
right,
title
and
interest
in
and
to
the
Software,
including
all
copyrights,

patents,
trade
secret
rights,
trademarks
and
other
intellectual
property
rights

therein.
Your
possession,
installation,
or
use
of
the
Software
does
not
transfer
to

you
any
title
to
the
intellectual
property
in
the
Software,
and
you
will
not
acquire

any
rights
to
the
Software
except
as
expressly
set
forth
in
this
Agreement.


4.
Restrictions.
You
may
not
rent,
lease,
loan,
sublicense
or
resell
the
Software.
You

may
not
permit
third
parties
to
benefit
from
the
use
or
functionality
of
the

Software
via
a
timesharing,
service
bureau
or
other
arrangement.
You
may
not

transfer
any
of
the
rights
granted
to
you
under
this
Agreement.
You
may
not

reverse
engineer,
decompile,
or
disassemble
the
Software,
except
to
the
extent
the

foregoing
restriction
is
expressly
prohibited
by
applicable
law.
You
may
not

modify,
or
create
derivative
works
based
upon,
the
Software
in
whole
or
in
part.

You
may
not
copy
the
Software
or
Documentation.
except
that
you
may
either
(a)

make
one
copy
of
the
Software
solely
for
backup
or
archival
purposes,
or
(b)

transfer
the
Software
to
a
single
hard
disk
provided
that
you
keep
the
original

solely
for
backup
or
archival
purposes.
You
may
not
remove
any
proprietary

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