CSSEdit

Licence: Shareware ($29.95)
Version 2.6.1 | Release Date: 2010-05-17 | Download

CSSEdit 2.6.1 enables Typekit support in previews, improves external editing and fixes some small interface glitches. This update REQUIRES Mac OS X Leopard or higher and is free for all registered 2.x users.

Version 2.6 | Release Date: 2007-10-25 | Download

- 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

Version 2.5.2 | Release Date: 2007-06-01 | Download
  • (2.5.2) Fixes a bug in 2.5.1 where the Validation and Milestones inspectors would not show any content. Everyone who has updated to 2.5.1 should install this update.
  • Added Safari to the User Agent string to improve behavior with browser-sniffing scripts
  • Fixed a crash that occurred when dragging the editor mode picker from the toolbar
  • Fixed a crash that could occur when editing a style name during filtering
  • Improved crash reporter
Version 2.5.1 | Release Date: 2007-05-30 | Download

* Added Safari to the User Agent string to improve behavior with browser-sniffing scripts
* Fixed a crash that occurred when dragging the editor mode picker from the toolbar
* Fixed a crash that could occur when editing a style name during filtering
* Improved crash reporter

Version 2.5 | Release Date: 2007-04-22 | Download

<ul>
<li>Tabs. Yes, this one may not come as a surprise anymore. However, I am sure you will be quite surprised once you try them out. Pictures simply don’t do them justice.</li>
<li>X-ray Inspector. This must absolutely be the most popular feature request of all time. Lo and behold, here it is: the X-ray inspector shows you what styles apply to the selected element in X-ray</li>
<li>Selector Builder. Selector what? This is a brand new innovation that should make life much, much easier for anyone starting out with CSS (or teaching it). Define your selectors in plain English, and it generates the necessary code for you.</li>
<li>Various improvements all over the application: a navigation bar in the Preview, a font picker, selector CodeSense, a text shadow editor, brand new shiny wonderful HUD inspectors, etc. Major changes everywhere!</li>
</ul>

Version 2.0.2 | Release Date: 2006-12-20 | Download

- Validation has been updated to work with the new W3C validator
- Apply To works for HTML documents with any file extension
- Fixed rare crash with unrecognized @keywords
- Fixed an issue with unrecognized properties

Version 2.0.1 | Release Date: 2006-11-19 | Download

- Preview now handles all HTTPS pages, even with "insecure" certificates
- Completing colons and semi-colons now respects spacing preferences
- Improved color fidelity of generated hex RGB values
- Fixed a problem that didn't allow opening brackets in Spanish ISO keyboard layout

Version 2.0 | Release Date: 2006-11-05 | Download

Previewing and Debugging
Any site can be styled and previewed: blogs, dynamic Web Apps, Content Management Systems, anything — regardless of the backend technology (PHP, Ruby on Rails,…). Local HTML files of course work great as always
Override functionality lets you edit online style sheets and preview changes in real time, without reloading or attacking your server
X-ray shows margins, padding and positioning for selected elements
Style Sheets button shows all used style sheets and lets you edit them
Previewed HTML files automatically refresh when the file is saved
Much friendlier Preview management list
Validation
Handy inspector window validates your CSS with the W3C
Click on problems to go to the exact spot in your source code
Milestones
Save a copy of your style sheet while you're writing it and never lose work while debugging
Revert to a previous Milestone easily, fully Undo aware
Annotate saved Milestones to keep track of your progress
Browser Integration
Comes with a collection of bookmarklets (actions you can add to your browser's bookmarks bar) to tap into CSSEdit's functionality
Extract, preview and edit any site's style sheets with one click in your browser (works with everything: Safari, Firefox, Camino,…)
Extract From Site
More accurate and reliable extraction of style sheets
Improved and more focused interface
Source Editing
Source and Visual editors can now be open at the same time!
Un/Comment to quickly disable/enable parts of your code
CodeSense completion can now be explicitly requested by pressing escape or option-escape
More powerful and customizable Re-Indent options
Line numbers and marking of the current line (optional)
Several improvements to indentation and spacing preservation
Visual Editing
Editor groups can be collapsed/expanded independently, allowing you to open more than one at the same time
Units can now be selected by typing in their corresponding fields
More intuitive editors for a range of properties
Improved generation of shorth

Version 1.7.2 | Release Date: 2006-02-19 | Download
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