The new CSS editor in Visual Studio fully supports all versions of CSS including CSS Selectors Level 4.
Visual Studio IntelliSense is always up-to-date with the latest web standards. You get accurate hints for classes, IDs and attribute names and values, which can sometimes be hard to remember.
Vendor-specific selectors and properties are supported for
The comprehensive snippet collection makes it easier to write more complex CSS, like gradients, media queries, font-face embedding, and a lot more.
To invoke a snippet, simply hit the
Tab key after the property name.
All properties that have vendor-specific versions are automatically provided as snippets. Just hit
Tab to expand the snippet.
The color picker is an IntelliSense feature that makes it easy to deal with colors. Use the eyedropper to pick colors from other windows, set the opacity, or choose from previously used colors.
Working with images, fonts, and other files is easy using the built-in file picker that automatically helps you insert file paths into CSS documents.
Keep your CSS file nice and organized using hierarchical indentation. The indentation of the CSS rulesets is based on the cascading order of the selectors. To format the document just press
The entire CSS language definition that Visual Studio uses is open source. Find a missing property or pseudo-selector? Send a pull request.