Let’s take a look at how to do it in different browsers. Although note the date of this blog post. This stuff tends to change over time, so if anything here is wrong, let us know and we can update it.
It’s a little button in DevTools. So easy!
In Chrome and Edge…
It’s a little weirder, I think, but it’s still a fairly easy thing to do in DevTools.
Safari has a little button a lot like Firefox, but it looks different.
Complete these interactive tutorials to learn the basics of viewing and changing a page's CSS using Chrome DevTools.
View an element's CSS
If you'd like to dock your DevTools window to the right of your viewport, like on the screenshot in step one, see .
Add a CSS declaration to an element
Use the Styles pane when you want to change or add CSS declarations to an element.
Add a CSS class to an element
Use the Styles pane to see how an element looks when a CSS class is applied to or removed from an element.
Add a pseudostate to a class
Use the Styles pane to permanently apply a CSS pseudostate to an element. DevTools supports
Change the dimensions of an element
Use the Box Model interactive diagram in the Styles pane to change the width, height, padding, margin, or border length of an element.
The Box Model defaults to pixels, but it also accepts other values, such as
How do I view CSS files in my browser?
How to Find External CSS Files in Inspect Element.
Open the webpage..
Right-click anywhere inside the webpage..
Choose Inspect , Inspect Element , or other similar options. ... .
The Developer Tool will open. ... .
Select the Network tab..
Choose CSS from the filters list in the filter bar (as shown in the screenshot)..
How do I view CSS in Chrome?
Click on the three vertical dots located on the top-right of Chrome dev tools. Select "More Tools" from the drop-down menu. You'll discover a variety of options when you click "More Tools." From the various options, select the CSS overview feature.
How do I enable CSS on my browser?
New in Chrome: CSS Overview.
Open up DevTools ( Command + Option + I on Mac; Control + Shift + I on Windows).
Head over to DevTool Settings ( ? or Function + F1 on Mac; ? or F1 on Windows).
Click open the Experiments section..
Enable the CSS Overview option..
How do I preview CSS code?
Open a .css file..
Press CMD+Shift+P (MacOS) or Ctrl+Shift+P (Windows).
Run the CSS Preview command (this opens a preview window).
Enjoy writing selectors with live preview! <.