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matthelm88
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I was curious about which,if any, CSS Editors peoples are using today...I want to learn the raw code, but I also want to be albe to preview and play with templates etc which is offered with Style Master 3.5... any help on this would be highly appreciated...

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mh88

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I find that css editors slow me down (I'm a notepad person); however, style master css editor (which you mentioned) is by far the best one I have used, and I highly recommend it for anyone just getting started, or prone to typo's.

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cool...is it possible to incorporate flash into css site using Style Master?(don't know if this is a stupid question, but I just can't wait to start working with this type of site layout!)

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mh88

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CSS isn't a replacement language for making websites, it's a coding language used to position and style elements.

So yes, of course you can embed flash files in css/html sites.

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thanks for all the advice...just grabbed a copy of Style Maker(messed with top style but didn't dig as much...) and will grab a book to accompany so i can begin my journey!

peace

mh88

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If you're running on the windows os, I STRONGLY suggest picking up a copy of Editplus for when you start to code. It is by far the best text editor I've ever found. Has a Browser Preview mode built into it, can execute scripts, it can take Syntax files for syntax highlighting, etc., etc..

Also, it's cheap software too. It costs about $30 per license. I can't complain.

I use it to write C, C++, SQL, PHP, CSS, and HTML.

http://www.editplus.com

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Bradsoft has a Lite version of it's TopStyle 3 software made specifically for editing style sheets. It's worth a look.

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I'd suggest Lightpad. Brilliant.

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