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A real time CSS layout tool?

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I wonder if there is a mouse driven point-and-shoot real time CSS layout tool?

I'm currently looking for a visualCSS layout tool,
and has the capability to generate codes automatically.

I wish you share your idea brothers... :)
I have a feeling that this one is already exist.
can you share that to me huh?



Thank you in advance. ('GOD will bless you for your kindness!')


-/james

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I wonder if there is a mouse driven point-and-shoot real time CSS layout tool?

I'm currently looking for a visualCSS layout tool,
and has the capability to generate codes automatically.
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i'm not aware of any like that (especially not that create valid code). the problem comes with positioning. there's just something about trying to get a computer to account for all the variations possible for a float or other diplay element.

if someone is aware of one, i'd love to test it out, too.

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Guest askjames01
ok, gurus

i found one but it's broken link --> [a href=\"http://www.brainstormsandraves.com/archives/2003/09/26/friday_feast_60/\" target=\"_blank\"]http://www.brainstormsandraves.com/archive...riday_feast_60/[/a]

I hope you have an alternative good idea for this,
maybe there is some good alternative that you know bros?

and i have just type this to google 'css layout tool'


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I don't think you're going to find much if anything. Obsidian is right... it's layout that becomes the problem and it'd be hard to produce standard CSS.

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another problem with this idea is the whold naming convention problem that dreamweaver and frontpage run into... what the heck does "style1" as a class name tell you when naming your styles?

with a script generator like you're looking for, you're really getting into a lot of "hand tying" for future updates.

now, something i have done before that worked pretty well is this: give people a few templates to choose their layout from (CSS only, of course), then let them choose their color schemes and store those hex values in a database... similar to how some forums handle custom styles.

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Guest askjames01
good suggestions, thanks! :)

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