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What about CSS Sculptor 3?

Thread began 4/23/2009 11:47 am by Joe Lowery | Last modified 9/01/2009 10:02 am by Joe Lowery | 13969 views | 41 replies


Hi Joe -

Just having a look for something else, and very good to see you using a vBulletin forum now!

Have just upgraded to CSS sculptor 2, and am mostly liking the built in support for faux columns, which should be a big time saver.

Not sure how typical I am, but I mostly use the tool as a starting point, which invariably gets customised to a greater or lesser degree - column widths, background colour etc.

A couple of little improvements that would be useful :

1. Make the generated / supplied background PNGs for the faux columns the original editable ones - that would make it easier to tweak the column widths and colours.

2. In layouts that use the background image for the faux columns, a matching background colour is also added to the rule for the columns - as this is a duplicate of the colour used in the PNG, would it make sense to drop it from the rule, so that if its changed in the PNG, that's it done, rather than having to edit the PNG and the column background colour?

Only little, but probably useful tweaks.


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