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After downloading Goodpage, a recently released HTML/CSS editor, I came to my trial version of Style Master fuming at the total lack of documentation, even a meaningful help file, with Goodpage. I had trouble figuring out the most basic of operations, such as marking text bold. When I found Style Master to be, also, not transparently obvious to use, I warily clicked on Help. I found a link to a tutorial, much to my relief. And what a tutorial! It is superb! Not only does it instruct me in all the basics of using the program, it gives a very thorough and informative introduction to basic CSS features and techniques. I was extremely impressed.
Browsing the developer's website, I see a wealth of instructive material about CSS. This alone has almost sold me on the product, which (from all I have see so far) does a great job at its intended purpose. I plan to use it as much as I can during the 30-day free trial, and I am very likely to purchase it unless I run into some skeleton in the closet, or (something I doubt) I find something better.