Flux is a useful and flexible Web design application. Although, template-based design is highly appreciated by beginner users, Web design professionals usually prefer to use more creatively prone design environments. Flux provides a comprehensive support for HTML and CSS languages. Obviously, it also allows you to load and use templates, either from the Flux library or import them from existing sites.
Flux also offers support for Image Maps, CSS Gradients, custom fonts, and so on. This software also allows the users to design web pages using various page extensions like .php extensions for PHP, .jsp extensions for Java Application Servers (Apache, Sun Java, JBoss, etc.) and rhtml or .html.erb extensions (Ruby on Rails TM) . This display of flexibility is what web designers seem to be looking for nowadays.
Flux is an efficient Web design tool as it was designed to be very easy-to-use since it will allow web designers to drag, stretch, and move objects as they want. Furthermore, Flux will even generate all the code for you so that you don't have to waste time on binding webpage elements and focus only on the page look and content. Therefore, I think that beginner web designers will really appreciate the Flux program and put it to good use.
- Simple to use
- Comprehensive support for HTML and CSS
- Offers various file extensions
- Requires at least 1GB of RAM memory
- The FreeCode feature might not work properly, as the program misinterpreted an older version of HTML code