With features like live inline previewing of styles and a unique grouping system, it offers a lot of punch in a low-cost package.

Other features include CSS grabbing from other sites, favorites for often-used styles and font sets, etc.


* verriding: style any online/dynamic web site
* X-ray: see margins, paddings, etc at a glance
* Milestones: never lose your work
* Validation: delicious W3C problem checking
* Browser Integration: have tons of fun with your favorite sites

What's New:

* Completely ready for Mac OS X 10.5 (Leopard)
* CSSEdit can now open style sheets using an extension that's not ".css"
* Externally modified documents present an option to reload from disk
* Inserting styles is more context sensitive, especially when working in source code
* URLs can be dropped on the Dock icon to preview or extract
* Preview menu has new text size commands
* Fixed incorrect X-ray element matching
* Fixed various crashes and freezes
* Tons of other tweaks