The GUI, both very simple and attractive, makes you want to play around with style sheets and makes it accessible to even the newest of novices. The tabbed interface can show multiple sheets at once and the list view on the left gives you quick access to all styles. Your sheets can also easily be organized in folders and structured via filters.
Functions such as validation or milestones appear in discreet, dark pop up windows. The visual editors really help out to create clean and valid styles. If you want you can also muck around with the source code thanks to intelligent CodeSense. You can also extract style sheets in a snap.
CSSEdit also includes an instant preview to see your website before actually launching it and both the Validation Tool, to remove bugs, and the Milestones, to monitor your changes, are very intuitive.
Thanks to a beautiful interface stuffed with useful features, CSSEdit is the ideal tool for working with CSS, as much for novices as for experts.
- Completely ready for Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard) CSSEdit can now open style sheets using an extension that's not ".css" Externally modified documents present an option to reload from disk Inserting styles is more context sensitive, especially when working in source code URLs can be dropped on the Dock icon to preview or extract Preview menu has new text size commands Fixed incorrect X-ray element matching Fixed various crashes and freezes Tons of other tweaks