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WYSWYG CSS Editor?


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Looking for a 'what-you-see-is-what-you-get' CSS Editor, similar to GoLive or Dreamweaver, but free...

I also have Coda, but i didn't see any WYSWYG feature, (i just got it, so i don know my way around the program yet...)
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Coda is the best. Just create a CSS file, and hit the "CSS" tab in the toolbar. All the wizziwig you need. There is also CSSEdit, but Coda is better as an all rounder. I've stopped using DW.
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