Coolcolor Text Generator works with a pretty simple interface. It's a one windowed program that shows your text at the top, lets you input your text in a text bar right underneath.
In the middle of the pane you get some text options and finally underneath it all you're given the HTML and/or BBCodes.
For the options, you're not going to get anything excessive, so don't get your hopes up, but you do in fact get some nifty little settings you can tweak.
Aside from choosing from a whole lot of text types, you're also able to choose if you want the text bold or italicized.
You get three different color types to choose from as well (Rainbow, Gradual Color or Random Color).
You can also set your gradual colors if you really want to. Aside from these options, you get the preference to make your designated text reversed, symmetrical, or for those wild party animals out there, you get the option to make it 'crazy text.'
This is basically saying it randomly changes your font and capitalize some letters.
Bottom line, for those coders who don't want the hassle of changing each letter, this program will take the hassle away from those that don't want to sit in front of their computers and code all day long.