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Intelligent HTML, PHP, CSS and JavaScript edi TSW WebCoder 2010 Design, code & conquer. TSW WebCoder is a complete package for the demanding web developer, with excellent support for HTML, CSS, PHP and JavaScript. WebCoder is very easy to use, but extremely powerful, and it will help you make beautiful, valid and dynamic websites in a jiff, saving you both time and money.




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Free CSS Validator, Formatter, Compressor Free CSS Toolbox 1.2 Free CSS Toolbox is a freeware productivity software for web developers who work with CSS code. Free CSS Toolbox includes a number of tools for fast-tracking and enhancing the development of style sheet code, such as an advanced CSS Formatter, CSS Validator and CSS Code Compressor. If you develop websites that use CSS, the Free CSS Toolbox can help you save time and increase productivity without any cost.

Looks good and something I could use. At this moment, haven\'t really thoroughly tried it out.

Opinion I just received the CSS Toolbox and it looks like a great tool for generating CSS code. Very well designed. I have not yet had a chance to use it. David Smith

Not what I was looking for Hi,CSS Toolbox was not what I was searching for when I downloaded it, but I thought it might be.I was searching for a CSS Viewer which displayed sample text formatted with the styles in the local stylesheets so I can quickly find the name of a style I am looking for not by reading the CSS but by just looking at the view window and finding what looks right and then identifying the class name I neede to use in div tags, etc.



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