CSS authoring tools


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CSS authoring tools

Authoring CSS requires little more than a text editor. Style sheets are really nothing more than text files with a .css extension, so almost any text-editing tool will suffice. However, coding HTML and CSS can be time consuming, and syntax errors can be pretty hard to catch on your own. At a minimum, you're going to want to have a code-editing tool that has line numbers, code-formatting options, syntax highlighting, and good support for the languages that you're going to be authoring. If you're already authoring HTML, chances are you won't need to change tools.

Almost every HTML editor on the market also features strong support for CSS, so if you are already using a tool like Coda, BBEdit, Dreamweaver, or CoffeeCup's HTML editor, you don't need to change. On the other hand, if you're new to web development and have not picked a tool yet, I recommend trying out several different types of authoring tools before settling on a favorite. My Web Design Fundamentals and...

CSS authoring tools
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CSS authoring tools provides you with in-depth training on Web. Taught by James Williamson as part of the CSS: Core Concepts

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