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By Chris Kaminski | September 20th, 2004 | Filed in Authoring Tools, CSS

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MacRabbit is a new CSS editor for the Mac. I haven’t had a go with it yet, but the extraction feature alone, which allows you to suck down the CSS for an arbitrary site using a custom user agent string so you can ‘spoof’ different browsers and circumvent browser-sniffing, looks like it might be worth a shot.

Hat tippin’: Jeffrey Veen

Update: Alert reader Joe Lewis notes that the program itself is called ‘CSSEdit’. ‘MacRabbit’ is the company that develops it. Joe also gives the program a glowing review, saying he’s been a happily-licensed user for several months already.

Thanks for clearing up the confusion, Joe!

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