If there is an emacs pluggin that would give me similar functionality, that would be welcome as well. Thanks!
About the best I know of is
Package: css-mode Description: A Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) editing mode for Emacs This is a simple Emacs mode for editing CSS style sheets. It adds font-locking and some basic auto-indentation support to Emacs. It works with Emacs 19.34, but should also work with both older and newer versions as well as XEmacs. . While CSS has a C-like syntax, this mode does a better job than cc-mode of handling the features of the CSS language. It supports both CSS Level 1 and Level 2. Homepage: http://www.garshol.priv.no/download/software/css-mode/
All “programming” text editors (gedit, scite, jEdit, …) support syntax highlighting and features like code folding. More advanced editors that have specific CSS/HTML features (e.g. a colour picker) in the Ubuntu repos:
- cssed : http://cssed.sourceforge.net/ (GTK application. development seems to have stopped, though)
- Quanta Plus (package name quanta): http://freecode.com/projects/quantaplus (Qt application, also not much development recently...)
- Bluefish: http://bluefish.openoffice.nl/ (GTK app, recently version 2.0 was released and is included in Ubuntu 10.10. Current Ubuntu still has 1.0.7)
Bluefish would be my recommendation.