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Can anyone tell me the name of the css the next  and prev divs are on, on this page (below screenshot)?

http://www.easports.com/nbalive06/theater.jsp?media=screenshots

<a id="next_btn"> and <a id="prev_btn
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The website lists these css files
http://images.ea.com/sports/nbalive06/_css/global.css
http://images.ea.com/sports/nbalive06/_css/nav.css
http://images.ea.com/sports/nbalive06/_css/components.css
http://images.ea.com/sports/nbalive06/_css/footer.css
http://images.ea.com/sports/nbalive06/_css/grid.css
http://images.ea.com/sports/nbalive06/_css/contest.css
http://images.ea.com/sports/nbalive06/_css/theater.css

But none of them have "next_btn" or "prev_btn", which appear like this on the page:

           <li><a id="prev_btn" href="#" onclick="loadPrevVideo(); return false;"></a></li>
            <li><a id="next_btn" href="#" onclick="loadNextVideo(); return false;"></a></li>

They may be used in a javascript file. Let me check. brb
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theater2.css
If you save the website from Opera, then a search for next_btn in the downloaded folder finds it in theater2.css
I've been tryng to locate where on the net that theater2.css file is, but haven't been able to yet -- it's probably referenced deeper within the tree of linked files & so doesn't seem easy to locate the link to it, though I've tried for almost an hour now
But:
- Create a new folder (Very important for next step)
- Download opera www.opera.com
- Go to the website in Opera
- Do File -> Save As -> Save as type "HTML file with images"  etc. making sure to save INTO the folder you created.

Then edit the theater2.css file in the folder that you just saved to
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by:894359
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Thanks! :)
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by:callrs
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Welcome :)

What did you need it for? Curious...

I wish I could find out exactly where the file came from! lol. But I tried tools such as Site Inspector & SmartSniff, with no luck...
May have to find a different tool...
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