The CSS+ bundle is a project I've been working on for a while. It is a vast collection of CSS snippets and commands which has completely changed the way I write CSS.
When I started using TextMate for development I was amazed by the simplicity and flexibility of its Bundle Editor. This, coupled with existing bundles such as Minimal Design's mCSS bundle inspired me to find ways to use it to speed up my general development. While the mCSS bundle is an amazing piece of work, I felt it could do so much more. With this in mind, I started my own bundle, with the view that I would never need to write a line of CSS by hand again.
Using the bundle
The CSS+ bundle contains (nearly) every line of CSS you will ever need to write, all mapped to Tab Triggers. All the shortcuts have been set up so you can write the first letter of each word in the line you want, then hit tab to expand the full line.
c -> colour: #fff; b -> border: 1px solid #777; mt -> margin-top: 10px; ts -> text-shadow: 1px 1px 2px #000;