CSSGlance new release

The new release of CSSGlance is now available! A new design, new features and more… We would love to hear what you think about this full restyling. You can drop a question, a suggestion, a criticism or just something else using the form below. Thanks to all people who are helping us in growing by writing about our project and by adding a link back!

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Rusman said

The menu is a mess, its jumping from the one side to a other.

wrote on September 4, 2007 @ 8:54 pm

Roberto said

Hi Rusman. Even if we released the new version, actually we are still working to fix some details also thanks to our users’ feedback. But in your case we didn’t understand the problem. Please could you better explain it? Thank you very much.
CssGlance staff

wrote on September 5, 2007 @ 12:35 am

Laburno said

Premettendo che CSSGlance è veramente un ottimo prodotto, io farei più scuro il verde, perchè sul bianco fa troppo contrasto e su monitor luminosi è di difficile lettura.

Saluti.

wrote on September 8, 2007 @ 11:46 pm

CSSGlance new release

The new release of CSSGlance is now available! A new design, new features and more… We would love to hear what you think about this great restyling. You can drop a question, a suggestion, a criticism or just something else using the form.

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