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Eric Meyer's CSS Sculptor

By WebAssist October 07, 2008
192,511 Downloads

Rating = 5629 votes


Eric Meyer's CSS Sculptor

Modern web design requires web standards compliant CSS-based layouts. Eric Meyer’s CSS Sculptor meets that requirement with flexibility, expertise and ease-of-use. Select a core layout, personalize it however you'd like and then output it, ready for your content – all layouts are cross-browser compatible. Please visit http://www.webassist.com/go/exchange for more information.

SUPPORT INFORMATION
Technical Support Incidents and help documentation are included for free with each product from WebAssist. Technical Support keeps your mission-critical projects on track and gets you to the next level in your work more quickly.

UI Access:
This extension can be accessed via the Insert menu > WebAssist > CSS Sculptor

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License: Commercial
Cost: $99.99
OS: Win | Mac
File format: MXP | 3.7 MB

Additional extension information

Author: WebAssist
Author website: http://www.webassist.com/go/exchange
Date published: October 07, 2008
Approval: Basic
Browsers: AOL | Firefox 2.0 | Internet Explorer ALL | Netscape ALL | Opera ALL
Required product(s): Dreamweaver CS3, CS4
Compatible product(s): Dreamweaver CS3, CS4
Server environment: ASP JavaScript | ASP VBScript | ColdFusion | Other | PHP MySQL

Reviews

1-5 of 633 reviews | Show all reviews


mysitedesigns 14-Dec-10 Rating = 4

This is actually a great product for Dreamweaver users who struggle getting started with CSS.

I'm with Kim, CSS is confusing to me too. Especially when i first get started on a layout. Sculptor handles the intitial layouts and is great to define the basic properties of your style sheets.

I use it everytime i start a new site to make sure that i have defined all the text properties and colors and have a functionl print style sheet.

If you are someone who likes to keep things in Dreamweaver, i suggest you take a look at webassists stuff. They have made DW a much more useful tool for creating websites. Without them i would have moved onto somethign else a long time ago.

4/5 stars because of the ridiculous reviews. The product itself deserves 5/5.

Jim Sproles 07-Dec-10 Rating = 5

I've used CSS Sculptor 3 since it first launched, and i have to say that it is always a valuable resource for me to have on hand. I build a lot of websites, and i often find starting off with CSS to be tricky. CSS Sculptor allows me to design the layout of the site, and the additional divs i need, configure the fonts, the colors, as well as the print style sheet.

By the time i've created my site's layout in Sculptor, all i have to do is create some minor styles to help get the content where i want to be.

For anyone who needs help getting started with CSS-based sites - this product is a must have. For those who know CSS - it can be a huge time saver!

Kim Anderson 03-Dec-09 Rating = 5

I'm a graphic designer and have been designing websites for quite a while and I finally picked up a copy of Dreameaver to try and build my own site.....unfortunately not as easy as I had imagined, but I'm a trooper and kept at it!! With the help of CSS Sculptor I have been able to design the actual CSS layout, without which I would not have been able to do because CSS is sooo confusing to me.

If your new to designing sites it's a must have! Check it out and see for yourself, they even have a 15 day money back policy if it's not for you ;-)

Aldo Nuevo 04-Aug-09 Rating = 1

One line? How about zero?
Check out from here:
http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/exchange/index.cfm?from=10&loc=en_us&event=allReviews&extid=1252525
to here:
http://www.adobe.com/cfusion/exchange/index.cfm?from=52&loc=en_us&event=allReviews&extid=1252525
Congrats with a highest rated extension, Eric.
Hate spam.

lextro 18-Jun-09 Rating = 1

This is f'n retarded! 626 five-star, one line reviews? Are they trying to insult our intelligence by assuming we wouldn't notice the feeblest attempt at spamming?!

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