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indenting

https://www.piratewear.com/Default.aspx

vs

http://test1.campuswebstore.com/Default.aspx

Is there a way to catalog all the CSS pages that are being applied in one vs the other?

I want to make the CSS styling for the test1 site match the CSS styling for the piratewear site.
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Tom Knowlton
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Tom Knowlton
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jonahzonaCommented:
From what I can tell piratewear.com only has one style sheet, while your test1 site as a RIDICULOUS amount of style sheets. That is way too many style sheets. A lot of them have only one or two selectors in them. This is NOT best practice.

It would be much better for you to condense everything down to one sheet.

BTW, if you don't mind my asking, are the administrator for both sites? Why are you copying the styling from piratewear.com?
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SSupremeCommented:
I would like to add that even without style files they don't much each other, you have to make markups same  first to have same appearance as a start point.
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TonyRebaCommented:
You can use a web extension for either firefox or google chrome:

such as firebug, web developer tools ...
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Tom KnowltonWeb developerAuthor Commented:
From what I can tell piratewear.com only has one style sheet, while your test1 site as a RIDICULOUS amount of style sheets. That is way too many style sheets. A lot of them have only one or two selectors in them. This is NOT best practice.

It would be much better for you to condense everything down to one sheet.

BTW, if you don't mind my asking, are the administrator for both sites? Why are you copying the styling from piratewear.com?


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ANSWER:  I eventually did wean them down.

It is a long story.  The previous developer was not too picky about where he put his .css files.  They are all over the place.  I've begun revising the site using App_Themes.

I administer both sites.  I administer about 20 sites, and they are all a mess.  I share some of the blame as I am learning web development as well.



Thanks all.

I eventually got it sorted out.
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