Western Civilisation Releases Style Master 1.6 and 1.6 Pro
Western Civilisation updates their CSS editor Style Master to version 1.6,
refining and enhancing the development of cross-browser cascading style
Bondi Beach, Australia, 22nd February 2000. Western Civilisation announces
the release and immediate availability of Style Master 1.6 and Style Master
Pro 1.6 for Windows 95/98/NT and the Macintosh.
With this release, the ZDNet 5 Star rated style sheet editor refines and
enhances its already powerful, intuitive support for editing CSS1 and CSS2
Style Master 1.6 provides a comprehensive style sheets development solution
for CSS1 and CSSP. Style Master Pro takes the solution to the next level
with added support for CSS2, the complete style sheets standard.
With Style Master and Style Master Pro developers can
* create and edit sophisticated style sheets with point and click ease.
* get up to speed fast with the interactive style sheets assistant which
explains style sheets and the application when and as you need to know.
* target the browsers they want a style sheet to work for, and then have
Style Master warn them when properties or selectors may cause problems.
* 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.
Style Master features integrated CSS advice to smooth the learning curve
for new style sheets developers, and save experienced developers trips to
their reference material.
Style Master comes with an acclaimed CSS1 and CSS2 guide, completely
revised for this version, and a valuable hands-on CSS tutorial. ZDNet said
“Style Master’s help system is extensive, attractive, and a model of style
sheet implementation in itself.”
For more information, see Western Civilisation’s Style Master site where a
full, 15 separate day unlimited demo can be downloaded. Users can purchase
Style Master for only US$29.00, or $49.00 for the Pro version.
Style Master from Western Civilisation