My website is Griffining.com I can provide other information if that would be helpful. Thanks a lot to anybody that looks at this.
CSS selectors are 100% context specific – so many may apply to the menu, for example — depending on what you are styling. The best way to find the relevant selectors is by using a tool such as Firebug or Chrome Developer tools.
This is a good reference site for CSS:
Thanks, I have downloaded Firebug and was able to access the CSS section, however, all I seem to see is background, color, font information etc. I was not able to find what keywords are used to link to the next page (next selector), the Div containing an individual post (item selector), nor the content selector or navigation selector (div). When I search for the div with cntrl F it says it is not found. I also scrolled the entire length of the CSS for multiple pages and had no luck – I guess I am a dunce! 🙂 Any other advice you can offer is greatly appreciated.
Without a link to a page you are working on, it’s virtually impossible to help with CSS questions. But there may not be any existing CSS for specific page elements – they might simply be inheriting styles from parent/containing elements. So to change them, you’d need to add selectors for the elements you want to change. If you post a link and specific info as to what you are trying to change, someone may be able to offer more specific help.
Sorry I just but a site before, not the link its http://www.Griffining.com
Basically on the home page I would like to add a plugin in that allows for continuous scrolling and it requires me to input those selectors, which for the life of me I can’t find or determine. Let me know if I can give you any other info.
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