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Improve Your CSS Workflow With Hammer for Mac

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Hammer for Mac is an application which assists in the development of static websites. It has many features to improve your workflow, but today we're specifically going to take a look at what it can do for our CSS.


Hammer Time

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Hammer really can change the way you approach static website builds. If you enjoyed this Quick Tip and would like to learn more of Hammer's features, take a look at Building Static Websites with Hammer for OS X, a complete screencast course on Tuts+ Premium!

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