Take a look through the source code that makes up most modern websites and the tags are made up of various DIV references which are attached to the cascading style sheet(s) that are linked to the page. This makes following the code tricky for novice users. The page is drafted using common styles which apply across the entire site, then the web designer drops in the relevant CSS when writing up the page code.
Problem is, writing and previewing CSS isn’t easy. If you know how to write CSS, it’s far easier to get to grips with the code and assign as you write, checking you code as you type. For this, you need a dedicated CSS editor and there are few better than TopStyle.
TopStyle is a CSS editor that is designed to enable you to draft your CSS, by hand, as quickly as possible. As you type, you can see a preview and the application will correct or check your code. You can write CSS that adheres to the HTML5 standard, will work with the latest browser such as Internet Explorer, Chrome and Firefox, as well as live spell checking, so you can see where you’ve made a mistake in your code.
TopStyle 5 is a major upgrade. New features include support for style definition support for CSS3, HTML5 support, better CSS organisation, CSS colors and much more.