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  1. Truman

    Mozzila Firefox Inspector

    When I add element in "Search HTML" box that I want to find on page and it gives me several results. how can I see those that come after the first one? I don't see arrow or anything like that. For ex. when I add "id" for some page it gives me 9 results but I see highlighted only the first one. How to scroll to others?
  2. chazdesimone

    Cannot identify relevant selector

    I cannot determine the css selector to use for changing the menu font with Easy Google Fonts API. The website I'm tweaking the design on is http://thetechranch.com (I apologize in advance for all the ads -- not my doing.) I successfully changed several other fonts and characteristics, but just can't figure out what the "selector" should be for the menu font. I have researched, read through the wonderful W3Schools tutorials, trial-&-errored with the Chrome inspector, and have finally given up, save for an answer from someone on this forum. I could also contact the developer of Easy Google Fonts if needbe. But I'd rather get involved with this forum. If you need login info, let me know. But I figure just telling me what the actual "selector" is--or better yet, the exact code I need to type into the Google Fonts API selector field--that will do the trick, and it will show me what to look for in future circumstances. Thank you.
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