Flux is an XHTML/HTML and CSS design tool that will help you create your own websites.
Flux is featuring a WYSIWYG interface, includes simple palettes that allow you to change CSS values and gives you the possibility to use drag and drop actions to style up your XHTML pages.
Flux intends to bring CSS and XHTML support to the Mac in order to help novices, but also professionals, create amazing websites.
XHTML is the W3C specification for designing web pages, it's a fully documented, validated way of creating web pages which is supported by all modern web browsers.
CSS (Cascading Style Sheets) is a specification for adding style to XHTML (and other) documents, so all page content can be held in XHTML, and all styling information can be held in the CSS file, making for a simple and more clean site structure.
NOTE: To buy Flux via the App Store, an Apple account is required.
Here are some key features of "Flux":
· Drag and drop design of web pages, you can do almost anything without touching or even seeing XHTML/CSS. But you can meddle with the code if you want.
· Apply cool (or cheesy) effects to images from right within Flux.
· Become 75% more attractive to the opposite sex.
· Embed Quicktime Movies, Flash and other objects.
· At least 1GB of RAM
· 7 days trial
What's New in This Release: [ read full changelog ]
· Bug fix : CSS styles list not updating correctly.