SpriteGenerator generates a css sprite out of several images and shows css needed to use the sprite image. Several options can be used to customize sprite generation like sprite orientation and color depth from 32 bit RGBA to 8 bit indexed color.
Thanks, great software. I'll have 2 suggestions: * Generated class names could be made of image file names, with customizable prefix, (eg. ".sprite-top-header"). This way, I think developer doesnt need to copy paste any coordinates value, he just would put an appropriate class name. E.g. "<div class="sprite-top-header"></div>" * "Save css sprite" and "create preview page" buttons could be combined. Because, users have to use both. And a question: I wasn't able to see any difference with "optimize for best fit" option. I thought it makes a square-like space-optimized sprite sheet, but it didn't. Am I misunderstanding it or is there some other problem?