Web design made easy
- Excellent WYSIWYG editor
- Easy to use
- Lots of great templates
- Allows publishing to any FTP server
- Lacks the power of Dreamweaver
- Can be stubborn when trying to drag and drop objects
Web design can be a daunting thing if you don't know anything about CSS, HTML and all the other jargon that surrounds it.
There have been many attempts to bring web design to the masses - Apple's iWeb being one of the most notable (and disappointing) - but Flux 2 is widely considered to be one of the better efforts in the WYSIWYG web design application arena. Flux 1 users won't be disappointed by this latest incarnation and new users will be impressed by its all-round elegance, ease of use and power.
Flux 2 builds on Flux's excellent CSS features allowing you to edit CSS in the built-in code editor, or with the easy-to-use style editor, with changes being displayed in real time. The WYSIWYG page editor enables you to move elements around a page, alter their size, and tweak the margins with absolutely no CSS knowledge at all. The page editor is a genuine pleasure to use, allowing your imagination to run riot while you add new elements, tables, lists, images, movies, sounds and many other elements.
Flux 2 goes much further than those WYSIWYG web editors that only offer rigid templates and limited design power.
- Tab support in Page Designer List & tree views in File manager Widget palette - Create easy galleries and jQuery effects Rich HTML5 support (including HTML5 Video) Color swatches support, import from colourlovers New professional user interface with MinimalUI WebKit support like transforms etc... ePub support Plugins (limited Coda Plugin support) Google Font API Support