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Firefox and Chrome side by side. (FF bottom, Chrome up) I never liked Chrome. And I was right :mad:

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pixelnourish
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What’s the problem, exactly?

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What’s the problem, exactly?

Nah, I thought that FF overrides border property while chrome leaves it, but it turned out that my FireBugs got bugs… :D Everything’s fine.

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What’s the problem, exactly?
Nah, I thought that FF overrides border property while chrome leaves it, but it turned out that my FireBugs got bugs… :D Everything’s fine.

user !important attribute for these type of shits.

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wopethemes
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it’s different css file in 2 browser. Check yourself first.

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it’s different css file in 2 browser. Check yourself first.

It’s not, it’s the same file. Everything’s fine, FireBug in ff got little buggy.

I’d ask some mod to delete the topic, please :)

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KrownThemes
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it’s different css file in 2 browser. Check yourself first.

It’s in WordPress and WordPress appends versions to all files, for caching purposes. That’s why you see two files ;)

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it’s different css file in 2 browser. Check yourself first.
It’s in WordPress and WordPress appends versions to all files, for caching purposes. That’s why you see two files ;)
It’s actually in Joomla, it compiles all *.less files into one compressed *.css, and if you look closer you’ll notice that in both FireBug windows file ends with cb9.css. master-459e2e8f09af388e04e55be915872cb9.css
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Gantry 4 :) You probably know that but if you need to make some modifications edit the LESS files instead of the generated CSS files ;)

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Gantry 4 :) You probably know that but if you need to make some modifications edit the LESS files instead of the generated CSS files ;)

Yeah :) I know, I don’t touch CSS at all, LESS is too awesome to code in pure CSS :P Btw there is one thing I hate about this whole compile to one file thing. If you find some property that needs to be changed, you can’t use FireBug to find line number and file where it comes from, rather open every single *.less file and search for it. Last night I spent hours trying to remove font-family, Gantry uses Helvetica as default font, and even when you delete all font-family: helvetica properties from gantry-core.less and style.less and change default font to some google web font via admin panel, there is still body { font-family: helvetica; } and I can’t find what the hell generates it.

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