By Thorsten Sommermann
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Create image frames with CSS3 and HTML5
With Css-Borders you can easily create CSS3 code snippets to be inserted into your stylesheet.
It generates code fragments for all major browsers (Webkit, Mozilla, Opera).
* Generates CSS3 compatible code
* Code can be copied to your clipboard
* Comfortable adjustment of frame parameters
* Live browser preview
* Customizable HTML preview
* Save as a bundle file. All informations are saved there to be easily loaded again.
Visit the support website to get informations on how to use the tool and download sample files.
What's New in Version 1.1
* Synchronize sliders - drag one slider and all the others move as well. Useful if the border is equally sized
* Ability to enter hex value for the background color (easier way for web designers)
* Updated for retina display
App for app sake?
I was expecting something a little more than just creating the basic CSS to put into your code, but I suppose that it does do exactly what it says. I was hoping that it automatically align over my text and create a beautiful border, but, no. I had to position the text over the imported border (or vice versa). I might have missed some obvious and fundamental aspect of this program, but unfortunately its not for me and I will be uninstalling it.
In short, if you know how to code using HTML & CSS, then you really don't need this, and if you don't then have a go and then learn how to do it properly!