5 Results for

coffeecup

Review

CoffeeCup HTML Editor 9.2

At $49, CoffeeCup is the perfect pick-me-up for building small, personal Web sites--as long as you know HTML. However, site managers, beware: CoffeeCup is too weak to be your cup of joe.

March 14, 2002

3.5 stars Editors' rating March 14, 2002

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Article

Brewing a better coffee cup online

Starbucks has thrown its weight--and $20,000 in prize money--behind a competition to design a legitimate alternative to the disposable coffee cup.

By May 21, 2010

Review

Spider Writer 5.2

Spider Writer's weak WYSIWYG view makes it inappropriate for newbies and amateurs. But small-business owners will appreciate the database connection wizard.

March 14, 2002

3 stars Editors' rating March 14, 2002

Pricing not available

Review

Adobe GoLive 6.0

GoLive is our favorite professional-level HTML editor for anyone who's serious about designing and coding or managing a company Web site. However, the program can easily overwhelm hobbyists.

March 14, 2002

4.5 stars Editors' rating March 14, 2002
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Namo WebEditor 5.0

Although Namo WebEditor has a WYSIWYG view, its lack of HTML help and its strong site-management features make it more suitable for experienced Web builders who are looking for a cheaper alternative to Adobe GoLive.

March 14, 2002

4 stars Editors' rating March 14, 2002

MSRP: $149.00