[thelist] CSS S/W, Which Do you Like?

Chris Johnston chris at fuzzylizard.com
Fri Aug 16 22:44:00 CDT 2002

I use Topstyle all the time to do my css stylesheets. The advantages
that I have found are that the program will validate all of my css and
tell me of all errors and also warn of things that may or may not work
on certain browsers.

The other advantage is that it allows me to preview what the style is
going to look like using a specific page from a website from within the
browser. If I am trying to setup a css only layout, this speeds the
creation process up a lot. Once I am done, I can then validate the css
right from within the editor.

I have not used westciv though, only Topstyle and I highly recommend it
to anyone who needs to do css coding. It really speeds the process up.


Tom Dell'Aringa wrote:

>--- "Brian W. Reaves" <brian at brianreaves.com> wrote:
>>Any input on http://westciv.com/ &
>>http://www.bradsoft.com/topstyle/index.asp? I have used TopStyles
>>but not
>A further question I have on this is why use a CSS sw? Coding
>everything by hand, why would I want to use an editor? I've heard
>something about warning you if something may not work?? Just curious.

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