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Ok so I have a website using the Nectar slider. The text I have in the slider looks great but I need it to be an H1 now for seo purposes. I have tried using firebug to find the exact css that text uses but it doesn't show it all (or I'm just plain dumb!). So I was going to add etc to the text but how do I find the exact css the text is already using?

Thanks a million folks.

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And the url is?

If your web page is as clever as you can make it, it's probably too clever for you to debug or maintain.

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Sorry I didn't get notified

Sorry I didn't get notified of your reply for some reason gary. The site is not live yet but it is using the salient theme which can be seen here http://themeforest.net/item/salient-responsive-multipurpose-theme/full_screen_preview/4363266

The text I want to change to h1 yet retain the exact current styling is the line 'stop blending in...' on the first slider. I can see on firebug lots of css but I can't work out if there is a way to copy the complete css for that line so I can change it to h1 and then style it the same.

Hope I'm making sense!