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- Amaya is a browser and editor from the W3C used as a testbed for new W3C technologies.
- Arena is the W3C's old testbed browser, is now being developed by Yggdrasil. It has a partial implementation of CSS1. Arena runs on Linux and Linux-like systems such as UNIX(R) that include the X window system.
- Emacs-w3, a.k.a. Gnuscape Navigator has CSS support.
- Firefox is the popular open source browser.
- Internet Explorer has been distributed with Microsoft Windows for many years. Updates are available through Microsoft's updates site.
- Konqueror for the KDE Desktop
- Netscape Browser features the rendering engines of both Internet Explorer and Firefox.
- Opera is a webbrowser with excellent support for CSS.
- Safari from Apple.
- TopStyle , from the author of the popular HomeSite html editor.
- Style Master from Western Civilisation
- For Mac, a 10 day demo version is available, and the shareware price is $29.00
- CSSize , a tool which allows transformation of an HTML document into HTML + CSS.
- Prime Style , by Joseph Hardy, a 13 year old Web consultant, is a shareware Windows application that generates CSS from on-screen data entry. Warning: The homepage appears to be dead, so you may have trouble registering this product. The CSS/PG would be interested in hearing any news that suggests this software is available.
- Lewis Gartenberg has released a shareware tool, W2CSS ,which converts MS Word documents into HTML and CSS.
- EDF has released CSSize , a tool which helps you convert HTML documents into HTML+CSS documents.
- Hexmac has released HexWeb CSS Edit as a plug in for BBEDit or as a stand-alone Macintosh version.
- CoffeeCup StyleSheet Maker is a dedicated application for creating CSS style sheets.
- Xanthus' Intranet Writer is no longer available.
- A CSS mode for Alpha , a Mac programming editor, is available.
- Macromedia has made a trial version of DreamWeaver . Dreamweaver is an HTML authoring tool with rich support for CSS.
- Also available for DreamWeaver users are Behaviors and Objects .
- Available for the following platforms: Windows 3.x, Windows 95/Windows NT, Solaris, SunOS, HP/UX, AIX
- Optima System's PageSpinner is a shareware HTML editor for MacOS with support for CSS.
- StyleMaker from Danere is a visual design tool for creating CSS1 Style Sheets.
- From the information page, "now boasts support of the new and exciting Filter properties, which allow you to add all kinds of cool effects to your web pages like blurs, drop shadows, glows, waves and much more, without creating special images!"
- XML Styler is ArborText's tool for creating and modifying XSL stylesheets.
- Xalan implements an XSLT and XPath processor in Java and C++. The processor can be used from the command line or from an wrapper applet, or it can be used as a submodule of other programs, and accessed via the API.
- iXSLT 1.0 is a "processor made with C++ which compliant with latest XSLT (WD-xslt-19990421) spec from W3C."
- Koala is "an XSL processor written in Java, using the Simple API for XML (SAX 1.0) and the Document Object Model (DOM 1.0) API. This package also contains xslSlideMaker, a post-processor that can quickly make slides and multi-level slides with XML & XSL."
- XSL Tester "provides the basic tools needed to edit, view, and test XML and XSL documents."
- XML Spy is a popular commercial XML editor.
- docproc is a software package that provides processing and layout of XML documents based on XSL scripts. docproc is written in pure java, and can be used as a server-side preparser for serving XML documents on the web.
- SML Enabler 'is a servlet that can successfully implement stylesheets such as the LotusXSL technology. Using the XML Enabler, developers with any kind of browser can now send requests to a servlet and as the servlet responds, it formats the data using different XSL stylesheets. The system administrator can then configure which stylesheets go with which browser types.'
- Cocoon "is a 100% pure Java publishing framework servlet that relies on new W3C technologies (such as DOM, XML, and XSL) to provide web content."
- 4XSL is an XSL processor implemented in Python on top of 4DOM. It is currently an alpha release. A version of 4DOM comes with the engine.
- Cue XSL
- This XSL processor applies an XSL stylesheet document to an XML document, creating HTML documents, RTF documents, or WYSISYG output. Cost: $129 (US)
- CUEXsl Delphi 1.0 is an "XSL processor applies an XSL stylesheet document to an XML document, creating HTML documents, RTF documents, or WYSISYG output. This product includes CUEXml Delphi 2.0. Price: $299 (US)
- xslj from Henry S Thompson.
- The beta release of xslj is available free of charge to all in source or binary (for win32, Solaris and FreeBSD) from here . The current release is version 0.4.
- Link is a simple application written in Java that allows a user to view XML documents with XSL stylesheets and XLL hyperlinking.
- XSL-Pattern is an implementation of the pattern subset of XSL, it requires python.
- FOP by James Tauber, is a Java 1.1 application that reads a formatting object tree and then turns it into a PDF document. The formatting object tree, can be in the form of an XML document (output by an XSLT engine like XT) or can be passed in memory as a DOM Document.
- Stylus , is the first integrated environment for creating, managing and maintaining an XSL-enabled web presence. By combining all the tools needed to create XSL stylesheets in a visual editing environment, Stylus speeds initial development and eases maintenance.
- Available for Windows 95, 98, and NT platforms.