it doesn’t show path to document where is css or html that you viewing. How to track document that you want to change?
Sure it does.
Hover on the blue link on the right side once you’re focusing on an element:
Well, surely the path to the html you are viewing is on the same page?
As for the CSS , there are a couple of ways:
- In the CSS tab, there is a drop down, showing you the different style sheets.
- When selecting an element, the box to the right (by default) tells you what that element has inherited/applied CSS wise, and where from.
ok for css is easier but basically what I want to do in most cases is change words which are generally span tag and can’t seams to track php which contain them
in wordpress theme when search, I get
Search result for: some content
I want to change: “Search result for:”
Unforuntley, that is generated server-side and is then ‘converted’ to HTML , so there’s no way to indentify what script generated it client side.
You could add a debug, that say if debug was enabled, appended the echo with the name of the file that it came from.
The “Search results for:” is usually placed in search.php file.
You can’t track php functions using client side software because PHP is server side.