Western Civilisation releases Style Master 1.0
Outstanding new cascading style sheet editor for the Macintosh available now.
Bondi Beach, Australia, 10th September 1998. Western Civilisation announces
the release and immediate availability of Style Master
(http://www.westciv.com/style_master), the cascading style sheet editor
that makes this new standard accessible to all web developers.
Now web masters of all levels of expertise can create and edit cascading
style sheets that will work every time in targeted browsers, and integrate
them with their sites. But most importantly, Style Master uses innovative
online help to guide users through the pitfalls of style sheets,
particularly selectors, and the problem of developing for different
browsers that support style sheets only partially. In fact, TUCOWS
(http://www.tucows.com) has already said “It’s a must for anyone who wants
to work with style sheets”.
With Style Master developers can
* create and edit sophisticated style sheets with point and click ease.
There’s no need to understand complicated specifications, or type correct
code: Style Master does all this for you.
* target the browsers they want a style sheet to work for, and then have
Style Master warn them when particular properties or selectors may cause
* preview style sheets, as they work on them, using any HTML documents, in
as many browsers as necessary.
* quickly and easily integrate a style sheet with a whole site, either by
linking from or embedding in the HTML documents.
As well as a comprehensive user guide, Style Master comes with a complete
cascading style sheets tutorial: “Everything you ever Needed to Know About
Style”. So it’s not just an editor which will help more advanced users
develop correct style sheets, it’s a great first contact with cascading
style sheets generally.
For more information, see Western Civilisation’s Style Master site
(http://www.westciv.com/style_master) where you can also download a demo,
or register for a full version ($US29).