cssed is a CSS stylesheet editor for Web developers. It lets you write your own (XML based) CSS definition files and then insert CSS properties and values in the stylesheet, just by clicking in a tree view. You can also enable autocompletion in a document basis, so the CSS properties and values are selected from pop menus in the editor to increase speed. While static CSS values are inserted directly, complex CSS values are dialog driven. The CSS definition file included in the release fully supports CSS2.
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Release Notes: This release fixes various bugs and features internal improvements, leading to much better modularity and better integration among cssed modules. It focuses on the management of various documents at one time, better integration with the document list, and reordering capabilities on opened documents by simple drag-and-drop operations. An effect of these improvements is the new Python plugin, which lets you create and execute Python scripts capable of interacting with the main application.
Release Notes: This release has much better encoding support and the ability to use Asian input methods, and some new highlighting schemes for other languages (HTML, PHP, Apache conf, shell scripts, Python, and others). A plugable interface has been developed, and the following plugins are available: a file browser panel, a VTE terminal window, a find in files panel that lets you find text throught a directory hierachy, and exuberant-ctags support. A Win32 version is available, and cssed can be built using the GTK+ 2.4 File Chooser.
Release Notes: A segfault in the background dialog has been fixed, and there are some minor fixes in other dialogs.
Release Notes: This release features an improved UI built to match the HIG. The menus have changed and a new toolbar has been added. You can find the "Document Digest" to extract all styles and show them in a clickable list for easier navigation, and a new helper dialog, the "box properties wizard", to add box properties to any existing style.
Release Notes: This version fixes some problems with the built-in terminal. It adds features to remember the window and panel size and position, and a new drop-down list in the selector scanner interface that allows the user to fire dialogs or select static values to change the scanned declaration.