VoyeGER's Review of Css Div BuilderReviewed on 3/10/20 1:43 PM
I'm not good with CSS and this program is just what I needed to help visually design elements. One suggestion: I'd absolutely love to be able to paste an existing css element into the css source box instead of starting from scratch. I found the Presets handy for storing ones I've built already in the program, but I often have to tweak existing styles.
jas one's Review of Css Div BuilderReviewed on 3/10/20 1:43 PM
I like the general idea of this app, and find it somewhat useful for tinkering with various CSS div settings. The improvements below would do a lot towards making this app truly useful. • the application window cannot be enlarged past 1920p x 1102p. This is frustrating and unecessarily limiting; • the array of tabs on the left might be improved with a collapsible accordion-style system. This would enable the user to collapse (i.e., hide) some settings while viewing more of the relevant settings all at once. (Currently, the app requires a great deal of clicking back and forth—which is frustrating when tinkering with competing and confusing settings.); • some fields don't allow for legitimate settings (e.g. it's possible to use a negative number for the spread of a box shadow, but this app won't allow it); • on a related note, it would be nice to have the ability to edit the HTML and CSS directly (at least until the issue above is addressed); • some sections are simply misplaced (e.g. the Gradient settings section is inexplicably found under the "Text Color" tab) • "Dimensions" would be a more accurate descriptor for the "Box" tab; • the "Shadows" tab should be eliminated, the Text Shadow settings can go in the "Text" tab (currently "Text Color"), and the Box Shadow settings can go in the "Dimensions" tab (currently "Box") Making those changes would be a great start to improving an app that has some potential to be really useful (and really successful) if developed properly.
OsmosisNC's Review of Css Div BuilderReviewed on 3/10/20 1:43 PM
This could be handy, but as it is, it just seems too limited. Some areas this could really shine would be to allow for the import of images for our background, and oh, maybe just have a way to set the background. Basically if I am feeling like 'pimpin a div' to a point that I want a visual editor, I guess I want a strong visual editor. But you seem to be onto something because I really do think it would be awesome to have an app that makes a single div with all of the bells and whistles without lugging out some behemoth app. It's just that this app doesn't really provide much of an edge over hand coding for me. Oh, and totalling up the width of the box after everything is applied would be helpful too. I am guessing that this app is going to improve. I don't think it's all that handy to me in it's present form. I'll keep my eye on it for now.
Daniel Kazibutowski's Review of Css Div BuilderReviewed on 3/10/20 1:43 PM
I like it how you can style ONE box and make the changes you want. It tells you what style is compatible with IE, etc. But for the moment it only allows for style one box a the time. Perhaps I'm being too picky. I definetly like this app for the price.
PaulMz22's Review of Css Div BuilderReviewed on 3/10/20 1:43 PM
I'm not a CSS pro -- this app has been a terrific learning and productivity tool for me.