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  • , 6 hours ago

    Hey Designer news, My name is vigneshwarar, I am the creator of EazyCSS, The Simple no-code CSS editor for any website.

    Problem 1:-

    Testing new design ideas or delegating a change to designers/developers, for a no-code person with back and forth emails, would cost time and money.

    Problem 2:-

    Even from a developer's perspective, using a lot of different sites from a box-shadow generator, picking color code, and switching back and forth from codebase to live preview for pixel changes is time-consuming and less productive.

    Solution:-

    Simple looking, slider approach to most of the CSS properties where anybody can instantly change the design of a site without a prior CSS Knowledge and get your changes in CSS code.

    Features:-

    1) Don't Calculate pixel values, select a property and just slide 2) Edit text on the webpage (Hover + press e) 3) Change color or background with our inbuilt color picker 4) If you make a mistake, you can reset changes to default 5) All your design changes will be converted into CSS code

    I would love to know your feedback

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    • John Doe, 3 hours ago

      great idea! I totally see the usefulness of it, will share it between teammates. My only feedback:

      • The position of the back arrow feels odd at the right.

      • Code block is too prominent. I'd give it less priority or even hide it under a dropdown menu or collapsible accordion.

      I don't like dark mode in anything, I find text an UI elements harder to read, but that's my personal preference :)

      And congrats on launching!

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      • , 3 hours ago

        Thanks for your feedback (●'◡'●)

        The position of the back arrow feels odd at the right.

        Yes I totally agree will fix this in next update

        Code block is too prominent. I'd give it less priority or even hide it under a >dropdown menu or collapsible accordion

        When I am designing, I quickly want to test the design and just copy/paste the CSS code in my codebase, that's the reason I have placed the code block for each property but I will add an option in a future version

        I don't like dark mode in anything

        I started working on themes, a couple of customers already requested it :D

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