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CoffeeCup Site Designer
CoffeeCup Site Designer
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CoffeeCup Site Designer free download for Mac

CoffeeCup Site Designer

No code website designer.

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$99.00
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CoffeeCup Site Designer overview

Site Designer lets you design and develop digital experiences. No code. Build faster. Design better.

Use the power of CSS Frameworks combined with the flexibility of CSS Grid

CSS Frameworks help millions of designers and developers craft sites quickly. The top tools in the industry include Bootstrap 3 and 4, Foundation 6 and Materialize. These systems are highly tested and offer many advantages for designers.

They use well-organized HTML, CSS and Javascript that is frequently maintained and updated and is lightweight. Plus, they allow for creating cool interactive components such as dropups, navigation menus, galleries and more without wrestling with extra scripts - sweet!

Position with Flexbox

Align, stack, or reorder elements with the flick of a button. It’s a phenomenal instrument that should be part of any responsive design toolkit. Discover what makes Flexbox fantastic and explore real design examples in our free interactive Flexbox guide.

What’s new in version 5.0.3360

Updated on Nov 20 2020

Version 5.0.3360:
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Information

License

Free

Size

182.5 MB

Downloads

115

App requirements

  • Intel 64
  • macOS 10.13.0 or later
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zlazkow
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Nov 21 2020
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Rebirth of CoffeeCup ? or just entry into Mac territory ?