has updated CSSEdit, their Cascading Style Sheets editor, to version 1.0.1, which adds some new CSS properties and optimizations.
Cascading Style Sheets offer a way to control the look of your Web site. However, writing the underlying CSS code can be a pain, according to Jan Van Boghout. CSSEdit was created to help with this by allowing you to edit your colors, fonts, sizes, borders and more.
A style sheet is made up of style rules that tell a browser how to present a document. However, over time style sheets can get rather long, making them more difficult to manage. CSSEdit lets you organize your styles in folders. It also lets you recognize the style you want to edit by its appearance. You can use as many groups in your documents as you wish; the styles show themselves in a limited preview in the list (though this feature can be disabled, if you prefer).
CSSEdit also lets you name Style Favorites and Font Favorites. You can add any style to the former and immediately use it in your files. The Font Favorites are for font sets you use regularly.
CSSEdit 1.0.1 is available down for download at the Macrabbit Web site. It’s a free update for registered users. For new users, the cost is US$14.99.