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CSS Sculptor vs. Site Sculptor

Thread began 3/19/2013 8:13 am by Peter | Last modified 3/21/2013 12:53 am by Peter | 834 views | 2 replies

Peter

CSS Sculptor vs. Site Sculptor

Is it me or did CSS Sculptor have quite a bit more flexibility to edit during the design stage than Site Sculptor, even though the latter does include a nice CMS option? I guess I'm still confused how they compare and whether Site Sculptor is supposed to be the next generation and phasing out CSS Sculptor. I would much rather have the amazing flexibility of CSS Sculptor during the design phases, rather than having to make some of the changes in the code after the site has already been built. Are these two related products in fact supposed to be very different in what they do and CSS Sculptor still has a distinct role?

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