Flux 7 for macOS makes hand coding easier

By Aaron Lee

Flux, the web design application for macOS, has been revved to version 7. The software can work with everything from a modern site using HTML5 and CSS3 to legacy sites built on older technologies. 

Flux 7 introduces Code Context, a coding assistant that makes hand coding easier than ever. The software supports more CSS 3 and is fully 64-bit, fully ARC-compliant and multi-threaded. This means Flux is fast, stable, and makes good use of the multiple cores in your Mac.

Non-standard HTML is fully editable. It also means that Flux can work with everything from a modern site using HTML5 and CSS3 to legacy sites built on older technologies.

Flux has a handy Master Elements system. It works in both CSS and HTML files, and lets you use elements of one page in another page and when the original page is changed, Flux can apply those changes to the rest of the pages that use those elements.

A 30-day demo is available for download. Registration is $99 for new users.

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