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CSSED(0.2.1)			  css editor			  CSSED(0.2.1)

NAME
       cssed - A tiny GTK2 CSS editor and validator.

SINOPSIS
       cssed [file] | [file] ...

DESCRIPTION
       cssed is	a small	but powerful CSS editor	for web	developing.

       It features auto	completion, CSS	syntax validation, and other utilities
       to help web developer to	create and maintain CSS	style sheets.

OPTIONS
       [file] ....
	      Anything passed to the command line will be taken	as  a  regular
	      text file	and opened in cssed's editor window.

FILES
       cssed-def-.xml
	      It's the CSS definition file that	stores the CSS valid values or
	      properties.  cssed can use the system file installed by  default
	      or  any  file  named  cssed-def.xml  in the .cssed folder	on the
	      user's HOME directory.

       cssed-cfg.xml
	      It's the user's configuration file. It stores the	default	 docu-
	      ment  settings  and  the highlighting color scheme.  The file is
	      stored always on close on	the .cssed folder on the  user's  HOME
	      directory.

USING CSSED
       cssed  is  a  X	graphical application so it's used with	it's menus and
       toolbar	entries.  To  know  more  about	 how  to   use	 cssed	 visit
       http://cssed.sourceforge.net.

LOCALIZED INTERFACE
       To run cssed with a Spanish interface on	a non Spanish Mac system, just
       issue the following command in an xterm or equivalent:

       Bash and	zsh users
	      export LANGUAGE=es_ES; cssed

       tcsh users
	      set LANGUAGE es_ES; cssed

       Same applies for	other  languages  available  in	 cssed,	 i.e.  English
       (en_US) and French (fr_FR) at the time being.

AUTHOR
       Iago Rubio <iago.rubio@hispalinux.es>

Iago Rubio Sanfiz		 13 April 2004			  CSSED(0.2.1)

NAME | SINOPSIS | DESCRIPTION | OPTIONS | FILES | USING CSSED | LOCALIZED INTERFACE | AUTHOR

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