Now that I’ve had more brain cells to devote to figuring out Zude, it’s an okay little program. It works off of CSS, but you really don’t need to know how it works to use the interface. The real functionality comes in the advanced settings. Use them! In that way, it’s still a bit more involved than drag-n-drop. But, as much as it frees creativity, for me it stifled it. I believe I’m better at taking a bit of existing code and manipulating it into something I like. I don’t mind the coding end of it all, and I like keeping my creative avenues and styles open. The limited styles of borders hindered me (I like to adjust the point size). Right clicking got annoying, as did needing to right click on certain areas of objects to see the menu. So, my opinion: Great if you know nothing of HTML or web page building; a bit backwards and tedious if you already code.