The C in CSS implies that it can become quite complex and just "looking" into the files is pointless, as you can't tell all elements being affected and which styles kick in. Most internet browsers today let you inspect an element and also list all CSS style definitions (direct and inherited). Hence one file combining all definitions won't be a help, you only hope it will be a help.D@ve wrote:look
I think the idea is that everything is sent in one CSS file, not actually written there.nickvergessen wrote:Well I think stuff should be grouped into logical files.
F.e. one file for the UCP/MCP stuff and so on.
But everthing in 1 file is just going to be messy.
I think he is referring to searching/inspecting css elements with web developer tools that most modern browsers use. not editing files within browser.D@ve wrote:I don't use the Browser for CSS editing... I prefer a specialized CSS-Editor.