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Selectivizr. CSS3 pseudo-class and attribute selectors for IE 6 thru 8.
ProCSSor. An advanced CSS Prettifier with some unique formatting styles and several customizable options.
CSS3 Playground. A web application that allows you to experiment and learn about new css3 capabilities.
CSS3 Pie. Makes Internet Explorer 6-8 capable of rendering several of the most useful CSS3 decoration features.
CSSDesk. Write and preview HTML/CSS right in your browser without the need of a text editor.
CSS3, Please! The Cross-Browser CSS3 Rule Generator. Very handy.
#grid. A little tool that inserts a layout grid in web pages, allows you to hold it in place, and toggle between displaying it in the foreground or background.
FontFriend Bookmarklet. Enables for rapid checking of fonts and font styles directly in the browser without editing code and refreshing pages.
CSS Transforms Creation Tool. Westciv's new tool for playing/experimenting with CSS3's transform property.
jQSlickWrap. A jQuery plugin that enables you to easily and accurately wrap your text around the content of floated images.
Developer Color Picker. A custom color picker designed specifically for developers. Get colors out of Photoshop/Acorn mock-ups quick and easy.
Adobe BrowserLab. Provides web designers exact renderings of their web pages in multiple browsers and operating systems, on demand. Thanks Adobe.
Internet Explorer Collection. Handy for those still developing for earlier versions of IE.
Conditional-CSS . Allows you to write maintainable CSS with conditional logic to target specific CSS statements at both individual browsers and groups of browsers.
Bespin. A Mozilla Labs experiment that proposes an open & extensible web-based framework for code editing.
FireScope. A Firefox add-on that integrates with Firebug, to extend it with reference material for HTML and CSS.
CSS SuperScrub. A tool that can significantly reduce the size and complexity of your CSS.
Design Bookmarklet. A suite of web-design and development assistive tools which can be utilised on any web-page.
MRI bookmarklet. Use it to test and play with selectors. Works in IE 6+, Webkit and Mozilla based browsers (including Safari, Firefox, Camino or Mozilla).
CSS Type. Web Safe Typography on Screen for Pixel Perfectionists.
CSS Sprite Generator. This tool allows you to automate the process of generating CSS sprites.
10 colour contrast checking tools to improve accessibility. Web based tools, standalone applications, and browser extensions to improve accessibility.
Eric Meyer's CSS Sculptor. Web standards compliant CSS layout creator from Eric Meyer and WebAssist.
Blueprint. A CSS framework with an easy-to-use grid, sensible typography, and even a stylesheet for printing.
Syncotype. A simple tool to help align your text to a baseline grid.
Dust-Me Selectors. A Firefox extension that finds unused CSS selectors.
XRAY -Look beneath the skin. A bookmarklet for Safari, Firefox, Camino or Mozilla. Use it to see the box model for any element.
The CSS Redundancy Checker. A simple script that will iterate over CSS/HTML files and list the CSS statements which are never called in the HTML.
DOMAss - The DOM assistant. Provides a simpler and more consistent way to script against the Document Object Model (DOM) in web browsers.
DOMTool. A nice utility that takes HTML as an input and outputs the correct DOM methods for inserting that content into a document.
Amberjack. A lightweight Open Source library, enabling webmasters to create cool site tours.
Playing with CSS selectors. Allows you to type advanced compound CSS selectors into a field and see the results live on the same page.
Spiffy Box. Automatically create the code and image needed to employ "Simple Rounded Corner CSS Boxes".
Browsershots. A free online platform where you can test your web design in different browsers.
Microformats Tool - rel-lint. A bookmarklet tool for checking values assigned to the rel attribute of links.
Skuer - The CSS Search Engine. Formed to aid your site design process by filtering search results from a selection of cherry picked websites.
Markup Maker. Takes a simple list of page ids that you enter and converts it to a valid XHTML document.
Web Accessibility Tools Consortium (WAT-C). Provides a collection of free tools to assist both developers and designers in the development and testing of accessible web content.
Layout Grid Bookmarklet. A photoshop style layout grid bookmarklet that simply applies a layout grid image to the body of the page.
Safari Tidy plugin. The Safari Tidy plugin is a small plugin that lets you validate the webpages you browse for (x)html compliance.
CSS Grid Calculator. An application built in Flash. You can use it to quickly visualize page layout and draw grids in a variety of ways.
Microsoft Releases Expression Preview. It is tailored to web designers who want to create standards-compliant, CSS-based sites.
Web Developer Toolbar & Menu for Opera. Brings together functions related to web development, validation services and links to standards.
Slidy. Create accessible XHTML slide shows with ease, works across browsers and is operated like PowerPoint.
Accessibility Color Wheel. Simulates color deficiency and tells you if contrast/difference in brightness is good or bad.
CSSViewer. A nice little Firefox Extension that lets you view CSS properties on any element on page.
GrayBit. An accessibility testing tool that converts a full-color web page into a grayscale rendition to test the pageâ€™s perceived contrast.
ReCSS - Reload your CSS. A bookmarklet that makes refreshing your CSS a breeze. Quite handy when developing dynamic applications.
ZenGarage. A showcase tool that may help you to develop and present different visual styles for a single set of templates.
X-Ray Firefox Extension. The X-Ray extension let's you see the tags on a page without viewing the sourcecode.
Introducing the Web Inspector for Safari. Browse the live DOM hierarchy, search for nodes by node name, id and CSS class name.
Debugging CSS with the DOM Inspector. Running into bizarre, inexplicable CSS problems? Learn how to debug.
CSSVista. Lets you edit your CSS code live in both Internet Explorer and Firefox simultaneously.
CSSTidy. An opensource CSS parser and optimiser with full CSS2 support.
CSS Optimizer. OS X app that reduces CSS files' size significantly, 20-60% by stripping unneeded characters.
CSS Formatter and Optimiser. Lets you select how readable or small you want your CSS to be.
CSS Compressor. A nice utility that cleans and compresses your CSS in a variety of ways.
S5 1.0 - Eric Meyer's Slide Show System is ready for download...