WebDesign 2.1 Gets CSS Coloring

Rage Software has released an update for WebDesign, bringing it to version 2.1. WebDesign is a Mac based Web development tool designed for creating Web sites by visual means. The update features several enhancements including CSS improvements and an Open Any file menu. According to Rage Software:

Rage Software today announced the immediate availability of WebDesign 2.1, A major upgrade to the fully featured web-authoring package for the Mac OS and Mac OS X.

WebDesign Includes built in support for HTML 3.2, all versions of HTML 4, XHTML 1.0, PHP, Cascading Style Sheets, ASP and JavaScript. WebDesign allows HTML tags to be automatically generated using its built in wizards while allowing direct manipulation of source code through its powerful text editor.

New in WebDesign 2.1:

WebDesign 2.1 includes an Open Any menu item allowing you to open any kind of file in WebDesignis editor. A Cascading Style Sheets editing mode provides CSS syntax coloring, an makes it easier to work with CSS documents.

WebDesign now allows you to add third party applications allowing you to edit the current document in. Providing the ability to use multiple applications to edit documents and then bring them back to WebDesign which will automatically recognize the changes.

Integration with the Mac OS X shell and terminal, a greatly improved site manager with more file management features and contextual menus as well as better previewing in browser features are also included in this update.

Other enhancements include better performance when working with large documents, issues with the auto recover features, problems uploading images through the built in FTP client and more have all been fixed in this new release.

You can find more information about the WebDesign update at the Rage Software Web site. WebDesign 2.1 is free for registered users, while the full version is available for US$29.95.