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CSS WebSprites: Arrange layers and create a CSS file

Scripts to help you create CSS web sprites to reduce your website's HTTP Requests.

Script-fu package with three scripts, including:

  • CSS file exporting to use the web sprite;
  • Horizontal layers arrangement, side by side;
  • Vertical layers arrangement, one on top of the other.

CSSdev for Gimp 0.5

Creating XHTML source and cascading stylesheet from any Layer of the image. Supported features:

  • Default font
  • Background color, font color and link color
  • clipping
  • visibilty and opacity
  • z-index and name
  • position, width and height
  • Text layers and text styles (requires Gimp 2.5.x or higher)

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gimp2css

This is rather old stuff, I was looking for an easy way to create html templates in an easy but open source kind of way. It is a perl-fu plugin for Gimp which allows you to draw your template as a multi-layered image, then automatically export it to html + individual png files. It was originally written for Gimp v.1, but it seems to work fine with Gimp v.2

# AUTHOR: Michael K. Nacos
# LICENSE: GPL (http://www.gnu.org/licenses/gpl.html)
# DESCRIPTION: perl-fu plugin for gimp which converts a multi-layered
# image to an html template + corresponding png images

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