I will check when I get up at 6 AM EST on Sunday morning to see if I can get a download of SEEdit 8.
On 2011-11-12, at 7:15 AM, Sven E Olsson wrote:
In the mean time I see that there will be many "Styles" and "Classes" ------- CSS stuff.
I am not very good at CSS but have used CSSEdit 2.6.1 (latest update a couple of years old and now incorporated in "Espresso") from "macrabbit" for several years to help me try to figure out what is going on.
In SEEdit preferences in "Open CSS File in" I have selected "CSSEdit" as shown below.
However the CSS file opens in SEEdit which does not show me the left and right columns as it does when I open the CSS file in CSSEdit.
In CSSEdit I can (understand) and edit the file by using the left and right columns and seeing the results in the centre. Very helpful for me as I and not proficient in editing CSS files without this help.
Have I done something wrong in the preferences ?
A comment about the teaser image of 8 ------- the CSS file is going to be very large and contain many classes etc. which will not be used in any give sight. I have been making some separate CSS files (cut and paste) containing many fewer classes in order to help me avoid getting lost in the HTML5 file. Is this a good or bad idea ?