Openclipart initially grew out of a project started by Christian Schaller (Uraeus), who on October 26, 2003 issued a challenge on the Gnome Desktop website for users of Sodipodi to create a collection of flags in SVG format. The project became known as Openclipart by April 2004, with the stated aim of all contributed images being dedicated to the public domain.
RocketCake is a free web editor for creating responsive websites. For beginners and professional web developers. WYSIWYG Editor Edits the website as it appears on your device. Switch at any time to view and editor it as on any other tablet, PC or mobile. “Responsive” is just a fancy word for “adjusting to the screen size”. Since people are viewing websites with different devices
Sam Francke created a versatile freeware for a web designer or programmer. The colors for the GUI for the Web Application or Software can be chosen by this extremely useful software. Program to get colors from your screen with the build in magnifier. Zoom 1 to 10. Modify colors with the RGB or HSV slide bars. Copy the color to the clipboard as Hex, Decimal, RGB or HSV value.
SeaMonkey’s powerful yet simple HTML editor keeps getting better with dynamic image and table resizing, quick insert and delete of table cells, improved CSS support, and support for positioned layers. For all your documents and website projects, Composer is all you need.