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I have a question: I want know how to check out other's CSS code, for example, this website. (Yes, it is homework.)

Which Stack Exchange site should I ask on?

marked as duplicate by gnat, Martijn Pieters support Sep 24 '14 at 14:42

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So you want to check out other websites' CSS code?

That question wouldn't really be accepted on any site. The answer can easily be found by searching Google. Just right-click on the website, click "view page source" or similar, find the .css file(s) and you can see the CSS file(s) the site is using.

For example, I did just that on this page, and found this in the source:

<link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="/content/stackexchangemeta/all.css?v=209f88f34112">

Just click on it and it will bring you to the file https://meta.stackexchange.com/content/stackexchangemeta/all.css?v=209f88f34112 . Note that many sites minify the code, so it makes it really unreadable, but then you could search Google again for a "prettify" tool.

When you have issues with your own HTML/CSS that you've written, then you can most likely ask on Stack Overflow

Read this whole link before asking there please: https://stackoverflow.com/help/on-topic

Especially acknowledge this part:

Questions asking for homework help must include a summary of the work you've done so far to solve the problem, and a description of the difficulty you are having solving it.

As an example, take a look at this good question: Make top div as wide as the div below it

It shows the relevant code: the HTML and CSS

It describes the issue. And even helps further explain it by posting images.

  • Thank you, Sir. I have solved the problem, a thousand thanks! – Ave Maleficum Sep 24 '14 at 3:25

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