Good CSS editor - tip

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anubi's post below caused me to think about posting this. For those who have some serious interest in developing/refining their CSS skills and want a good editor, this is the best I've found to date. I've been using it a couple years now and have found none better:

http://www.bradsoft.com/topstyle/index.asp

It's not free - $79.95 US for 1-4 licenses but worthwhile in my opinion for those serious about style sheets.
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Thanks ATNO/TW! :lol:
I have already downloaded a trial of it some days ago ( just after have read someone here posting about it ).
Seems to be a veeeeery good editor! :wink:
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It is. It's what I'm using at the moment that clued me into the fact that you have a javascript error vs. a style sheet error. Congratulations. If it wasn't for your prior post, I'd have never known that Toptsyle would display javascript errors also! *lol
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eheheh :wink:
there is always a first time for all !!! :lol:
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*smiles -- proves the point of my post here. Just wish I knew javascript a bit better. I can't see any reason why your prior posted problem shouldn't work. It just doesn't. Sorry...did my best for the moment.
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Not a problem :wink:
thanks to You and RichB for your help there!

It's a very curios thing that make me crazy in the last days! eheheh :wink:
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The latest Dreamweaver (MX2004) has pretty good CSS support IMHO. Makes for easy, visual coding.

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