Css wysiwyg

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  1. StinkyBooBoo

    StinkyBooBoo Junior Member

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    Does this even exist? A CSS WYSIWYG.

    CSS driving me crazy... I'm getting the hang of it. But I was wondering if there was a much easier way to hack CSS code.

    Yeah I use Dreamweaver but just started about 4 months ago, I was a FrontPage man for about 7 years.

    Hope that made since.
     
  2. kaidoristm

    kaidoristm BANNED BANNED

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    Take couple days off go to http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp read nd try and for a 3 days your pro.
     
  3. StinkyBooBoo

    StinkyBooBoo Junior Member

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    ;-) I guess that's what I'm gonna have to do then because I'm wasting more time trying to find shortcuts. Thanks
     
  4. gimme4free

    gimme4free Executive VIP Premium Member

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    Dreamweaver makes it look nice and colourful, you could always use cheatsheets to insert quite a bit of data or find sites that you like and use their CSS code and just edit it, them ways beat making your own lol