Users of Microsoft Expression Web can now quickly create customized, Web
standards compliant CSS-based layouts with a pre-trail offering of
Eric Meyer's CSS sculptor plugin.
Produced for the Expression Web design environment (from WebAssist), CSS
Sculptor makes developing cross-browser compatible CSS-based layouts less of a
CSS Sculptor gives Web designers and developers a lot of control. Once a
layout is selected, the user can change any aspect of it, including page width
and browser window position. Additional columns can be added to the left or
right of the main content area; likewise, headers and footers can be included or
omitted with a single checkbox click.
The user interface element displays the structure of the CSS markup in a
tree-like control, giving users the ability to select any layout component in
the layout tree (such as body or header) to define specific properties. Really
helpful is that CSS Sculptor comes with thirty common Web page layouts which can
be easily modified in every aspect of CSS control, (page positioning, margins,
fonts, and background images).
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