Pretty Lame Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Just gives you one gigantic, unformatted list of text. Not very useful.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

The latest update to edit css sucks ass!! So unbelievably unstable. While editing the css for a page the page itself jumps all over the place. When trying to "search" in the css, once you get to the item you want to edit and click, you get thrown back to the top of your css. If you want to copy a section you have to scroll to the bottom of the css then drag up vs starting at the top to drag down. I would really like to revert to the previous version!

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Hey guys, i also cannot find the function after installed. bt actually it installed, u should find Edit css in VIEW menu.

Rated 1 out of 5 stars

Crash or no function at all, so this one gets one star because I have to. Win 7 Firefox 3.6.12 i5-750 +++

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Absolutely love this addon. It's one of the first things I install when I reinstall FF.

For me it does exactly what I want it to: allows me to quickly change my css in the browser in real time before I save that file for upload later (unlike firebug). Changes are persistent until I close the sidebar *AND* reload the page (unlike WDT).

The simplicity is one of the things I love about it. I don't need auto completion, highlighting or anything else really-if I need any other features I use Coda.

I don't have any stability issues. I think it's pretty perfect.

Not quite there yet for me Rated 3 out of 5 stars

I would love to give this add-on top marks, but unfortunately whenever I install it my Firefox gets really unstable and prone to freezing. It's obviously a conflict with something else I have but I positive it's there.
It's too bad because I really would like to have an inline css editor that works reliably. One with line numbers and search. Even Firebug falls way short of this goal. But I have to commend the developer for the effort and I will keep checking if maybe one day that conflict disappears.
(FYI, I use several "portable" firefox instances that allow me to test FF in a variety of configurations. The common denominator in teh unstable ones is always EditCSS paired with the usual web development suspects like web dev, firebug, etc.)

Rated 2 out of 5 stars

Epic FAIL: No search functionality.
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I thought this add on was going to beat the CSS editor from the Web Developer toolbar (which for some reason isn't too friendly either, although it does have a search functionality), but no.
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There are two things that this add on should have:

1. Search functionality (doh!)
2. CSS Syntax completion (which is something no CSS editor-add on has so far).
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It does the job if you find your selector in a sea of declarations.

Rated 3 out of 5 stars

It looks like Phoenix picks up from where CSSMate left off:
https://addons.mozilla.org/en-US/firefox/addon/11708/

Rated 4 out of 5 stars

I love this script but I could really use a search feature...

Rated 5 out of 5 stars

Amazing. It's unbelievable that I have been going through life without this. I will never edit CSS any other way again. This is the way it should have always been! Add a color picker that will replace a selection with a hex value and I think it'd be perfect. Seems to not work with the mozilla add-ons site, oddly enough, but otherwise it's worked for me. Sometimes pages need to be reloaded with the sidebar closed. Thank you.

Not yet rated

What I think is needed, and I'm not sure it exists but a search didn't find anything like it, is something that allows you to edit the CSS of a 3rd party page then store and automatically load that modified CSS when you open that site.
So if this extension could be expanded/modified/made-a-new-fork-of to do that it would be nice, just an idea.

What a time saver! Rated 4 out of 5 stars

Truly a time saver if you're experimenting with the CSS style of your site. Avoids the modify,save,upload,refresh,repeat cycle. Changes are reflected immediately as you type.

Only downside I've found is that it has trouble with relative url()s such as in a background-image.

This review is for a previous version of the add-on (0.3.6).