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05-14-2014, 08:25 AM #1
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want to know what .CSS .JS does a website have.
Hey I'm actually working on my website and was looking for ideas online from a different websites.
I went to a website that had a image slide and menu drop down.
i tried to get the code of css and js and i could get all of them except the one that makes the slide and menu drop down work .css
i opened the source and when i try to open it, just pop out a blank page with no codes.
<link href="/c/inc.front/inc.content.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" />
Does anyone can help and telling where can i get the code to make it work?
or how can i get it from the website?
05-14-2014, 08:47 AM #2
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That file you referenced is obviously just an empty CSS file, so you don’t even need it. Most contemporary browsers have some kind of developer console built in, or available as add-on (such as Firebug for Firefox). Using this you can see exactly which files the page is using and what’s in those files.