If you’re a web developer there is a good chance that you’ve had to mess around with a lot of CSS code. It’s not the easiest thing in the world to work with, but there are tools out there that try to guide you along the way. CSSDesk.com doesn’t provide any direct guidance, but it can help you quickly test out CSS expressions to see if they are doing what you expect them to be without constantly having to reload a page to have your change take effect.
You probably wouldn’t want to do an entire website design using CSSDesk, but it is great for fine-tuning individual objects. Things like buttons, boxes, and small sections of sites would definitely be the ideal uses of CSSDesk. There also isn’t anything on the site to distract you from what you’re working on, which means no ads and no unnecessary buttons or links. It’s just you and your code.
The other cool thing is that in a single click you can generate a URL that you can use to share the code with someone else. If you need help with your CSS code that feature could be extremely useful since there isn’t the hassle involved of having to create an account to share the code.