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magicman
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I have been given permission to copy a products html code from the distributors web site and want to know, what tool is best to search and highlight or, copy the same Div ID and classes from a css file, if the same html content is highlighted? The vendors css file is enormously long and want to cut down the time needed to cut and past without having to pick out the css info one class or id at a time.

I have tried a plugin for chrome but it places it in jfiddle and...you cannot highlight ALL the code in the html or css file and save in the c directory, unlike the inspect element in Firefox.

Thanks

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I have been searching the net

I have been searching the net for you, but the best free ware is probably "Komodo".

If you want to pay for software,I personally would prefer Dreamweaver CC.
Hope this helped you shorten your time.

Cheers Henk!

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???

In Chrome's firebug, inspect the element. Right click that element in firebug and save html. Paste to an editor. In the css pane, drag to select and copy (Ctl-c), and paste that to the editor. Save the editor's buffer to disc.

Firefox's version of firebug has more features and is more user friendly.

cheers,

gary

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