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  1. #1
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    Default software that codes css sites from design input

    Hi
    anyone know of any good software that creates pure css based websites from WYSIWYG interfaces? I saw Antenna, but if theres freeware around it'd be great.

    thanx.

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    sigh. i'm still looking for the software. Heres a link from that seybold seminar that's gotten me all worked up.

    http://www.hotdesign.com/seybold/

    yeah yeah, but i'm new to web design.

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    *shrug* The best learning resource for CSS is W3Schools. I don't know where you'd get CSS editors, but I generally prefer writing my code myself.

    http://www.w3schools.com/css/default.asp

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    Default lol

    ::: looks at the nopepad and a book::: lol seem like a good start to me lol but i use acehtml 6.0 or use cofficup it has a awsome you can get a ton of free programs from www.download.com most of the programs there are awsome just put in the serach engin html editor or css editor

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