Free, online CSS menu maker
Free CSS menu maker
It is not always that one “can” create content and widgets “from scratch” sometimes it is about saving time and still achieving the same result. Every developer who has been developing for a year or more has already amassed a large library of re-usable code. Sometimes it is expedient for the developer and the client for the developer to access a simple tool to make the job go faster. Great developers pass the savings along to the client. Hint, hint.
Say a hard-coded site (not a CMS like WordPress or Joomla) needs a custom drop down menu and the site owner is a do-it-yourself kind of person. They could easily find code that could be modified by snooping or purchase software to create the menu. But why not use something that is free, fast and requires no download?
Let’s face it. We all work really late sometimes coding or tweaking code and it’s easy to sometimes forget a CSS code for doing something we don’t often do manually. For example I was tweaking the CSS for a WordPress install on the forthcoming 365raysofhope.com and did not recall the CSS for all of the table formatting I needed. So, like any professional geek, I looked in my bag of tricks (happened to be my bookmarks called “Table Formatting”) and came across this neat little tool I have not used recently but was glad to have it today when I needed it.
It’s called the HTML and CSS Table Border Style Wizard and I love it. At first glance it may seem a little daunting to those of you who are just now diving in to CSS for style sheets or inline style but if you click around on it a bit you’ll soon get the hang of what it is doing.