Tired of constantly re-writing the same CSS code? Frustrated with searching through old projects to copy and paste code from? CSS Briefcase is a great little program that helps you organize your CSS styles and store them for use in future projects.
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Description: Tired of constantly re-writing the same CSS code? Frustrated with searching through old projects to copy and paste code from? CSS Briefcase is a great little program that helps you organize your CSS styles and store them for use in future projects. Just add CSS style code you tend to use in several projects, and from there on adding the code into new projects is as easy as selecting the styles you want and clicking a button.
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