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3 Free To Use Great Tools For Web Designers

 

There are many tools out there for web designers, but getting by free and good ones is not that easy. That is why I am sharing 3 Free To Use Great Tools For Web Designers. Read each entry in the list and see which one suits your needs best.

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Instant WordPress

Instant WordPress is a complete standalone, portable WordPress development environment. It turns any Windows machine into a WordPress development server. It will even run from a USB key.

Compare Ninja

Compare Ninja is a very cool web application which allow you to create beautiful HTML & CSS comparison tables by using innovative and intuitive interface. You don’t need any prior knowledge to use Compare Ninja – it’s a simple code generator which you can Copy & Paste either into your Website or Blog.

GridCalc

GridCalc is a easy to use grid calculator. Just enter the desired width of your page and an approximate range for your column and gutter width and the calculator will give you all the possible combinations within the limits you entered. You get a nice visual representation of the results, click preview on a result and you get a better presentation of how the grid can be used. When you have decided which grid configuration you want to use you can download the configuration as a css file to use in your project.

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3 Free To Use Great Tools For Web Designers
AN Jay
Mon, 19 Dec 2011 17:48:48 GMT

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