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Free CSS Toolbox for web developers

When you are designing a site from scratch, there are so many things that can go wrong during coding unless you have the proper tools to check it. Free CSS Toolbox is a software which is designed to take care of your CSS editing job, increase your productivity and save your time.

Free CSS Toolbox includes a number of tools for fast-tracking and enhancing the development of style sheet code. Free CSS Toolbox isn’t an advanced application – it’s a really simple tool aimed at web developers for making quick changes.


Free CSS Toolbox’s numerous tools allows you to set rules for formatting and beautifying CSS codes, and then apply those rules to any CSS files at the click of a button. For example, you can specify the indent space, remove blank lines, change color format from hexadecimal to RGB or named, and make other changes quickly to any CSS file. This can save you an enormous amount of time.

The CSS Validator and Checker finds and eliminates errors in your code and checks your CSS against various specifications. One extremely useful tool is that it enables you to check your CSS code’s compatible with a number of web browsers from Internet Explorer 5 to 7, Opera, Firefox and Netscape. The toolbox also includes a CSS compressor that can reduce the size of the CSS file by up to 70% for faster page load.

Free CSS Toolbox is an extremely useful tool, it’s tiny (just 1.4 MB installer) and it’s free.

[via Computer Active]


  1. Dear Kaushik,
    For a layman like myself, IE 8 Beta , which I downloaded yesterday, seems to be fast and attractive. But I shall trust on it as soon as you comment the + and - of it. I am a lover of FF

  2. I haven't tried IE8 beta but I have heard, it's fast and better than IE7. You can use it though some sites might display wrong.


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