CSS Style Generator
If you play with CSS once in a while you should check out the CSS Builder tool. You just need to name the selector that you want to style and fill out the form.
On the generator you will be able to style text and fonts, box properties, background colors and positioning. The output will be some lines of code like this:
font-family: Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif;
As you can see the tool can also be used by people who are learning CSS. You can play with the different attributes on the forms and see how they are translated into actual CSS code.
17 Responses to “CSS Style Generator”
thanks for recommend very useful tools……
i need to use it urgently….i am in need of it
Awesome! I just learned and finished my second template the hard way, this may help me speed things up in the future.
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CSS is great for text formatting
The other good learning tool for the css is developer toolbar for firefox.
Install it and you can go to any website and view its css, and even have a go at editing it.
Good free software to use when writing any code is Notepad++ – google it, download and you are done. When you choose the language you would like to use it will highlite the code which makes witing it much easier.
Great… this is exactly what I have been looking for since I am a bit of a CSS dolt.
I like this tool, but in all honesty, I can type faster than I can fill out the fields. 🙂
I do not use that tool/
what i use is Dreamveaver, a good tool for me.
Well, that makes this a very cool tool. Thanks!
Yes you can cut and paste the code generated with this tool directly into your CSS stylesheet, just make sure that the selectors you will create are not there already (i.e., do not copy and paste another code for h1 tags if you already have these there, or remember to remove the old code).
Could you use this tool to generate a block of code and then cut and paste into an existing CSS form to modify it or is it not that simple. Sorry, I’m a CSS idiot 🙁
Yeah Dreamweaver is not the cheapest of the software.
I think you’re right, this looks like a good tool for learning. It is pretty similar to how Dreamweaver works, like Eli mentioned, but a lot of people looking to learn CSS don’t want to drop the money for Dreamweaver right away.
Thanks for the info! I have learned coding through trial and error and this should help give me less errors!
Dreamweaver has enough features to satisfy my tastes – the tastes of someone that knows nothing about coding 🙂
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