The Escapers has released Flux 3.0 (http://theescapers.com/flux2), an update of the Mac OS X app that allows drag ‘n drop creation of web pages without the need of knowledge of XHTMLICSS (though you can twiddle with the code if you like). Major new features include:
° Tab support in Page Designer, which lets you make the most of your screen real estate by viewing all your pages in tabs;
° List & tree views in File manager, for making the managing large and complex sites easier and quicker;
° Widget palette, for creating easy galleries, jQuery effects, using Dojo widgets and more;
° Rich HTML5 support (including HTML5 video);
° A new professional user interface with a minimal user interface;
° WebKit support for features such as transforms;
° Plug-ins (limited Coda Plug-in support): you can use not just plug-ins created for Flux 3, but for Panic’s Coda too;
° Google font application interface support.
Users of both Flux 1 & 2 are entitled to an upgrade for just £34.99, and new users can pay only £69.99 for a single user license, or £99.99 for a family license.