Sprite Master Web helps you to organize your sprites into one image file and reduces image requests from your server. Sprite Master Web is a light version of Sprite Master. Sprite Master Web uses Basic and MaxRects algorithms to organize your sprites thus it finds the minimum image size. You can sort your sprites or select different algorithms and methods for best result.
You can also set padding to your sprite sheet by using Sprite Padding and Border Padding parameters. Sprite Padding parameter adds space between sprites. Border Padding adds space to edge of your spritesheet. Results will be better if you use the Sprite Sheet Info pane. It shows the actual image size, allocated memory by the current image and file size on disc.
What's new in version 1.1
Image optimization for PNG. Now, your published spritesheets are optimized.
Sprite Master Web now tracks file changes on the system and automatically update your sprites.
Special CSS State code generation depending on your sprite name. for example if your sprite name ends with hover, visited, etc. Sprite Master Web will generate appropriate CSS state code.
Added mouse and keyboard sprite ordering. You can use your mouse and arrow keys to order your sprites (tip: use CMD+arrow to move faster).
Added Drag & Drop support.
Added preferences to change options.
Added Context Menu. You can update your sprites, reveal them in finder and remove from context menu quickly.
Ability to minify exported CSS, 3 options (None, standart and high)
CSS Preview window. Now you can view your CSS and copy your CSS code.
Background pattern can be changed from preferences.
ReleaseMarch 15, 2012
Date AddedMarch 15, 2012
Operating SystemsMacintosh, Mac OS X 10.6, Mac OS X 10.7