X-ray vision for CSS - Find HTML Elements & CSS Rules using CSS style properties.
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Inspect Element and CTRL F can help you identify all of the CSS style properties used by a specific HTML element or CSS rule. However, these tools lack the ability to do the reverse: find all of the HTML elements or CSS rules that contain specific style properties.
You can use CSSpotlight to:
★ Identify HTML elements that contain particular CSS styles such as
colors, fonts, layouts, dimensions, animations, and more.
★ Determine which HTML elements are hidden, hiding text, blurring
content, or preventing you from scrolling or copying items on the
★ Locate the origin of CSS Rules that are defining specific properties.
★ Find CSS Rules that are specifying redundant styles (i.e. multiple
rules which are centering absolutely positioned elements or
defining the same color scheme).
With CSSpotlight, you can do all of this in three easy steps:
1. Enter one or more CSS style properties.
2. Click on the “HTML Elements” or “CSS Rules” button.
3. Press search.
CSSpotlight can help you refine and debug your own CSS code and better understand the styles used by other webpages; all with less time and effort!
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