Here are 10 new css tools that can significantly improve your workflow and reduce your time efforts for CSS-coding. Whether you’re writing, compiling, refining or experimenting with CSS code – or all of the above – these tools can help you get the job done faster and better than ever before.
Bear CSS is a handy little tool for web designers. It generates a CSS template containing all the HTML elements, classes & IDs defined in your markup.
The algorithm of CSScomb simulates web-technologist’s actions upon working with CSS-code to the limit. Usually to re-order code you move lines over each other considering comments in the code, multilines records of property values, hacks and everything that could be found in the real file. CSScomb reproduces these actions for you. This means that the parser “thinks” as a person editing the text, not as a blind robot parsing CSS.
Sprite Cow helps you get the background-position, width and height of sprites within a spritesheet as a nice bit of copyable css.
CSS triangle generator
CSS triangle generator – A generator for pure CSS triangle.
CSS Values is a simple infoapp that lets you search for almost any CSS property and get a simple list of possible values.
Thimble makes it ridiculously simple to create your own web pages. Write and edit HTML and CSS right in your browser. Instantly preview your work. Then host and share your finished pages with a single click. Easy, huh?
cssFx is a standalone polyfill that inserts the vendor-specific CSS3 properties necessary for old and new browsers. This saves you tons of time, maintenance, and bandwidth!
When you’re coding a website, nothing can be more frustrating than having to switch from the texteditor to the browser over and over again, just for small changes to occur. With CSSrefresh installed, all the included stylesheets are automatically refreshed directly after you save them.
A ruby library which convert old CSS stylesheet into LESS dynamic stylesheet. Based on css2less script initially written by Marcin Kulik.