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Welcome to FindTheCode, an open source coding site. Here we help you to customize your website, freely and easily. We are community revolved, so it's all about our members. If they need help they recieve it. So, here is our collection of great codes and tutorials  submitted my members and staff. Feel free to look around. Plus, if you like our site, please become a member. Thanks and enjoy. :)


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Find the Code 2.0 Coming Soon!

Posted by Carter on December 14, 2012 at 9:00 PM Comments comments (0)

Yep, it's been a long wait. Don't worry though, for Find the Code 2.0 will be ready near the middle of spring of 2013! Contact me if you want special BETA access. Follow @CarterBradly on Twitter for updates or @Carter on

Coding Update

Posted by Carter on September 28, 2012 at 8:05 AM Comments comments (0)

Hello everyone! I'm near to finishing the backend part of Find the Code 2.0.  Then I have to add in all new content for SB3, Wordpress, and HTML templates. So, sometime near 2013 it sould be open. Also, all codes currently on this website will not work due to id changes in SB3. If you need help please pm me or post in the fourms since there may not be new blog posts for a while due to decoding the id's.


Posted by Carter on August 14, 2012 at 11:20 AM Comments comments (0)

Find the Code 2.0 should be released near April of 2013; not June 2013. Also, sorry for there not being new codes or templates recently; I have been working very hard on the new website. Thank you for your time.

No way! Oh yeah.

Posted by Carter on June 19, 2012 at 11:55 AM Comments comments (2)

No way! I actually am working on Find the Code 2.0 - and it's coming great! I've been working so hard on it and it's nearly done.  So guys, I'm nearly finished with the website. What do you want in Find the Code 2.0? What apps, kinds of templates, platforms, video tutorials, or anything else you can think of do you want in FTC 2.0? It's all up to you. This is going to be a community website for YOU, the reader (You are not going to own the website, of course. You will though, have a say ...

Read Full Post » SiteBuilder 3 - Developing a work-around

Posted by John Van on June 19, 2012 at 8:20 AM Comments comments (4) has recently released it's newest website builder, SiteBuilder 3.  Although this sitebuilder provides many new features not available previously, it does have at least one major deficit.


  With the release of SiteBuilder 3, Webs management implemented a policy which in effect, limits the number of website t...

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Static Background Template

Posted by John Van on May 3, 2012 at 11:35 PM Comments comments (3)

The Hero-Mine custom CSS Template for is now being offered here at 'Find The Code' and it's absolutely free.


When scrolling down the page(s) of this template, you'll notice how the content glides over the surface while the background image remains stationary. The CSS code for this template was design...

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So what exactly would your perfect coding site be?

Posted by Carter on May 1, 2012 at 7:45 PM Comments comments (7)

So what would your ultimate coding site be? If you could instantly generate your favorite website you have always imagined, but only for coding, what would it be? I'm trying to find what people want for the new FTC. It's FTC 2.0 . I will make FTC a company, move from Webs, and make the site even more popular and better then before. So the question is: What do you want in it?

Simple Information Template

Posted by Carter on April 12, 2012 at 2:50 PM Comments comments (3)

This is a great template for any site. The template really stands out to capture the reader's interest and it works on all browsers and screen resolutions. It includes custom fonts and it is one of a kind. It also has a pretty awesome title. Enjoy!

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Goodbye Old & Hello new!

Posted by Carter on April 8, 2012 at 2:25 PM Comments comments (13)

Good bye old FindTheCode and hello new! I have changed the template and fixed bugs along with adding new features and a much smoother and cleaner look. So guys, tell me what you think. Do you like the older one or this new one? If you like this one, what should I improve on it? PS: The footer links are in progress along with the search bar at the top of this page. Also, who wants FindTheCode to have it's own domain name?

What? A new webs?

Posted by Carter on March 20, 2012 at 4:40 PM Comments comments (4)

Ok, so there are many articles on this. The webs editor looks very cool but there is no CSS editor (it will come soon though) and the ids are different... Which kinda sucks but isn't that bad. I can't wait to see this new and awesome update soon!

Anyway, here are some official posts of sneak peaks and new templates.

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