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  • Newbie: What is normally used for doing CSS templates as far as editors? Something like bbedit or are there good WYSIWYG CSS editors out there?

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  • Mark (podz)

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    Which computer do you use ?

    PC: OS is windows XP and I’ve done most of my layouts in frontpage 2003.

    You can learn a tremendous amount using Topstyle:
    http://www.bradsoft.com/topstyle/
    They have a “lite” version available for free, but I would highly recommend buying the full version if you can.

    Mark (podz)

    (@podz)

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    I’d agree with Allusion.
    http://www.nvu.com is also rated by some as an editor for css.
    I don’t know of a wysiwyg editor, but then I only ever check out freeware. From comments here sometimes, Dreamweaver is used by some.

    I use dreamweaver and I like it- but for php based stuff it isn’t so helpful because it doesn’t show the parsed php in the design window.
    But the css properties editor is definately helpful if you do not know css tags through and through

    I also vote with Allusion for TopStyle. It’s an excellent program and a great teacher too, if you’re not fluent in all the css elements, classes, etc. good luck!

    Firefox have a plugin : CSSeditor, that is free and easy to use.

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