Office | Flux 4.1.31
Author: The Escapers
Date: 04/23/2013 12:39 PM
Size: 45.8 MB
License: Shareware $140.00
Requires: OS X 10.6/10.7/10.8
Downloaded: 1001 times
Embedded Inspector: Do everything from a single window.
Gradients: A graphical CSS gradient editor makes this complex area simple, and you can easily export the gradients as images for backwards compatibility.
Image Maps: Full support for MAP and AREA tags, complex poylgons can be easily manipulated.
AutoComplete: AutoComplete knows your code, completing tags, colors, even image paths.
What You See Is What You Get
Flux has an amazing WYSIWYG rendering engine, which means you can drag, stretch, and move objects like a you can in a DTP application, and your webpages will look exactly how you intended.*Flux will generate all the code for you, with no unneccesary tags.
Size, position, even margins and padding can be altered with handles on the elements themselves. If the properties are stored in external CSS stylesheets, these are automaticaly updated.
*On standards compliant web browsers
If youd rather type your code, you can do that too. The objects you create in the Code Editor will appear on the page as soon as you stop typing, they can then be edited using the WYSIWYG display.
Flux doesnt make a distinction between typed code, or objects created by Flux, you can create anyway you like, and Flux will understand.
The Flux Code Editor has syntax highlighting for HTML and CSS, auto-completion and line numbering.
FreeCode allows you to type any code you want, yet Flux still understands and allows you to use WYSIWYG controls or handcoding.
OS X 10.6+
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