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MacFlux is a commercial powerful page creation tool for the Mac. This HTML5 website design application helps you create stunning websites from scratch. MacFlux has two main windows, the Site Manager and Page Editor. The first one allows you to create new projects, add HTML/CSS files, and publish sites to MobileMe, a local folder, or an S/FTP folder. On the other hand, the Page Editor provides web pages to let you add forms, videos, images, and other media and interactive elements.
Sketchpad by Mugtug is a helpful online service for those who like simple and effective sketching tools. It is a Pixelmator-like application that has desktop like tools, color selection, patterns, swatches and all built using HTML5 and CSS. Sketchpad contains a set of most popular options, including brush, pencil, text items and tools for spirographs, unusual shapes or stamps. Thus, you can use this gorgeous no-flash-required HTML5 tool to paint any color in any shade or opacity.
Nowadays, CSS3 is very popular. It standardized the adding of cascading style sheets. CSS3 has some excellent features and has renovated the web layout and design. Since CSS3 is new technology, advantages and shortcomings exist at the same time. One of the biggest problems is the issue of browser compatibility, which means it is not easy to achieve the cross-browser ability. Developers need to add extra code to achieve this function. However, you really don’t need to worry about such problems, because there are many tools can help you. The best is that, these tools allow full customization, so everyone can use them easily.
1. CSS3 PIE