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SmartCSS CSS Exporter 1.1

By john wylie October 05, 2007
39,221 Downloads

Rating = 57 votes


This extension installs a replacement css-slices export script to produce better html/css output For more information, go to: http://www.adobe.com/devnet/fireworks/articles/smart_css.html

SUPPORT INFORMATION
Not available

UI Access:
Access this script by clicking File->Export from the main menu, then choose 'CSS Layers (.htm)' and 'Fireworks Slices' options on the export dialog window

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License: Freeware
Cost: Free
OS: All
File format: Not available

Additional extension information

Author: john wylie
Author website: Not available
Date published: October 05, 2007
Approval: None
Browsers: AOL | Internet Explorer ALL | Mozilla 1.0 | Netscape ALL | Opera ALL | WebTV
Required product(s): Flash All
Compatible product(s): Fireworks CS3

Reviews

1-5 of 7 reviews | Show all reviews


mike m 06-Dec-08 Rating = 5

Will a new version be released anytime soon? John, I saw you mentioned a more comprehensive version would eventually be released.

CupidsToejam 30-Jun-08 Rating = 5

This is a great tool for those of us who know how to design with CSS. This could handycap those who do not. How will they ever learn, if its made this easy. Great work on this exporter! This will save time and frustration.

Orracle 29-Apr-08 Rating = 5

is there a tool for us folks who are still using fireworks 8?

lawrence richardson 20-Apr-08 Rating = 4

freeware

artythesmarty 05-Nov-07 Rating = 5

I'm eager to test this when I upgrade to CS3. Don't know if this is in there, but I would LOVE to see options like "grouping" navigation list items, so that a number of slices would produce an unordered list in the HTML. Or identifying slices as belonging to repeating bgs for a div tag. Or marking a text-block as "editable" in Fireworks.... In other words, I would love to be able to use Fireworks as a WYSIWYG (or train employees to use it that way), and use Dreamweaver for minor tweaks. I think the nature of CSS is such that it lends itself to be more closely tied to the graphics layout / cut-up program as far as workflow. Dreamweaver is becoming more and more obselete for this type of task.

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