WestCiv Webware has released a new version of their cascading style sheet editor, Style Master. Version 2.1 improves automated creation of style sheets from legacy, appearance-based HTML, according to MacTech magazine.
It also offers better keyboard navigation of the Style Master framework and improvements in interface and performance. Where many style sheet tools are really repurposed text editors, Style Master 2.1 is built from the ground up as a specialized style sheet IDE (integrated development environment), featuring everything needed to develop, test and deploy sophisticated style sheets, according to the folks at Webware.
Style Master runs under Mac OS 8 and up. A Mac OS X version is in the works. A demo is available. Style Master costs US$29.
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