The Refresh CSS Bookmarklet -or- How to Iterate Quickly When Debugging CSS

Firebug is my tool of choice to fiddle with CSS. I’ll edit the elements on the page, and then copy my changes back to the .css file. Then save. If you’re in a webapp, refreshing the page could take a while, so here’s a great way to reload the freshest copies of the stylesheets….

Source: https://paulirish.com/2008/how-to-iterate-quickly-when-debugging-css/

2 thoughts on “The Refresh CSS Bookmarklet -or- How to Iterate Quickly When Debugging CSS

  1. Do you mind if I quote a few of your articles as long as I provide credit and
    sources back to your blog? My website is in the very same
    area of interest as yours and my visitors would definitely benefit from some of the information you provide here.
    Please let me know if this okay with you. Regards!

    1. Sure, not a problem. All of the posts on this site are just links to other articles and resources. It’s really only a tool I’m using for bookmarking things, nothing more!

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