I think that using the Inspect Element option in to find WordPress Css elements is truly amazing. What is really amazing is the ability to open any modern browser, right click on any element in the page and get the CSS elements, with line number right before your very eyes. Wow,,,,,,, that´s just real good Geekdom, right at your finger tips.
I do prefer to set up my Mamp, or Wamp and hook my WordPress up to Dreamweaver, run it locally and use the Adobe Dreamweaver CC, CSS designer panel and the Dreamweaver Inspect Element button that reveals much better information that is editable live. I also like the fact that in Adobe Dreamweaver CC, you can click and go to the exact CSS line of code, edit and upload the changes to the server with great ease. Right on Adobe for that.
On the other hand, sometimes I´m to lazy to launch Dreamweaver and perhaps define the site, connect the site to my Mamp server to find the element. That is when Using the Inspect Element option to find WordPress Css elements to come in quite handy.
Using the Inspect Element option to find WordPress Css elements in any browser does a pretty good job. But be forewarned that it doesn´t seem to be the rocket scientist work that it appears to be when you are in the heat of the moment really needing exact information for targeting the appropriate CSS selectors you want.
Many times, Using the Inspect Element option to find WordPress Css elements is like a big Easter Egg hunt.
While we talk here about editing the CSS WordPress style sheet, we have a whole section over the our Adobe Dreamweaver Video Tutorial series on setting the your Wamp or Mamp server and connecting that to your WordPress site.
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