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    Way to Disableing a:hover?

    Hey,
    does the web developers tool bar offer a way to disable a:hover?

    I ask this because I often I want to quickly get the color of links but with color zillia (so i dont gotta look through the css file) i can not get it because the color changes when i hover over it.

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    well, you could remove the a:hover declaration from the css. but that would involve going through the css as well.

    Really it shouldnt be that much of a headache to drop the css in a text editor and run some find's or regex action. Also maybe this can help?
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    I was going to suggest the Firebug extension in Firefox that allows you to see the html nodes and traverse the page, but on this page, for example being fairly large and complex, by the time you find whay=t you are looking for, checking the css file is likely quicker.
    Web Developer Extension is good for inspecting the css of a file while it is in the Browser.


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