Free CSS Toolbox
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 and CSS Validator.
If you develop websites that use CSS, the Free CSS Toolbox can help you save time and increase productivity without any cost.
Key features and benefits:
Simple CSS editor View CSS editor screenshot
- Quickly create and adjust CSS code
- Auto-complete and syntax highlighting makes CSS editing easy
CSS Formatter / Beautifier View CSS formatter screenshot
- Easily re-format any CSS code
- Quickly adjust somebody's else CSS to fit your style
- Make your code pretty and easy to read
CSS Validator / Checker View CSS validator screenshot
- Find and eliminate errors in your code
- Check your CSS against various specifications
- See if your CSS is compatible with older web browsers
- Reduce the size of your CSS code by up to 70%
- Make your web pages load faster
Integration with W3C CSS Validator
- Quickly validate your CSS code with the web-based W3C CSS Validator
- Make sure your CSS is up to the CSS Level 2 standard.
The GalleryManager is a Windows application easy to use without special knowledge to create your own Flash homepage with multiple photo and video (*.flv) galleries with descriptions, gallery- and textmenus.
This Gallery Manager requires no server-side language and will run on any web host.
You need the Microsoft .NET Framework 2.0 and the Flash Plugin (Version >8) in the default browser.
Limitations: GalleryManager Freeware Edition has 2 layouts and you can make only 3 galleries with 15 pictures eatch.
RGBLab is a unique product that fulfills a simple and basic need. Not only will this freeware program let you pick and mix RGB colors, but it will also let you save RGB color palettes as text files. As a web designer or developer, you will often find yourself looking for specific RGB color codes, so you need an easy way to store them. The palettes in the photo editors are not practical for people who just need a simple way to keep track of RGB color codes. There are some good color pickers around, but most of them will only let you identify one RGB color code at a time by pointing at a color on the screen. A few of these programs will also let you save certain color settings in some binary file format. However, they will not let you save all the RGB color codes of a RGB color palette in the form of an ordinary text file. RGBLab will, and you will have all the different color codes for HTML, Visual Basic, Access, C++, Delphi, .NET, and Java in one place.
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