Version: 2.6.1 || Release Date: 2010-05-17 || License: Shareware ($29.95) App Owner: captainneutrino

Quite simply put, CSSEdit will save your sanity when editing style sheets. Its intuitive approach to style sheets and powerful editing features will make you deliver beautiful standards-based sites in no time!

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Excellent app but the support and updates could be better. I tried it after discovering another app which I like less (Espresso) from the same developer.

I wish he would release more often or at least communicate about what's coming next.

Emails stay mostly unanswered.

Simply the best CSS editor on the market. It's a shame that development seems to have stagnated (CSSEdit hasn't been updated in nearly 2 years?) because of Espresso. Especially since Espresso doesn't offer CSSEdit's features nor does it offer any level of integration with CSSEdit.

That said, I'd still purchase CSSEdit today even if I knew there would be no future updates or product support.

An absolute must for anyone working with CSS.

I just wish MacRabbit had made Espresso as fun, useful and gorgeous as this.

Simply brilliant, brilliant simple

I agree that it's a beautifully designed piece of software and extremely useful-- but the support is almost nonexistant, and you're on your own when you hit a bug. Which does happen.

one of my absolute favorite pieces of software EVER. it just makes so much sense in every way. and it's so lightweight and fast - it's truly a joy to use. the developer also responds very quickly to any issues that one might encounter. the milestone feature (version control) is also superb.

one suggestion that I made to the developer was the possible inclusion of a grid overlay of some kind in the preview window. it didn't sound like that was in his plans, but if that intrigues anyone else, say so!

is there any screencast out there about it?

The way you can extract any style sheet from anybody's page and take a look, mess with it, preview it...
And the x-ray in the preview is invaluable!

CSS Edit is full of awesome. I bought it mere minutes after trying it out.

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