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I viewed my site on chrome's developer tools and now my site's CSS isn't correct. Can anyone help me determine a fix?
I've been working my way through the website building lessons and everything has been working correctly. During one of the lessons regarding Chrome's developer tools, I viewed my site (which is still only loaded through TH's workspace, I haven't purchased a domain or host) and began clicking around and exploring the tool. After I refreshed my page, the website css was completely broken.
I've done my best to go back through each section and check for missing curly brackets or semi colons. Everything appears correct but I'm very new to all of this, so I could be overlooking something pretty obvious.
Has anyone else had this issue or can anyone offer advice?
LaVaughn Haynes12,397 Points
Can you post your CSS here? Click the "Markdown Cheatsheet" link below the text area to see how to embed your CSS on this page if you are not familiar.
Joao Pedro Portela G. Vaz4,507 Points
Take a look at this, maybe has something to do with your errors: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/3468154/what-is-webkit-and-how-is-it-related-to-css