Style Side Panel
Inside the Style side panel you can see the CSS styles, that are currently assigned to the selected node inside the HTML Panel. It also offers you similar possibilities of CSS manipulation like the CSS Panel. The difference between them is organizational. The Style side panel is a live view of the styles assigned to the selected node inside the HTML Panel (which can be in different CSS files) while the CSS panel shows all styles of a CSS containing file.
This menu is reachable via the little arrow in the panel tab ( ) or by right-clicking on on the panel tab (since Firebug 1.9).
|Only Show Applied Styles|| ||Toggles the display of overwritten styles|
|Show User Agent CSS|| ||Toggles display of CSS styles specified by the user agent; these styles will be marked with <System>|
|Expand Shorthand Properties|| ||If activated, all shorthand properties will be separated into the different styles, that make up the combined style (e. g. "margin" will be separated into "margin-top", "margin-right", "margin-bottom" and "margin-left")|
|Colors As Hex|| ||Display color values in hexadecimal format|
|Colors As RGB|| ||Display color values in RGB(A) format|
|Colors As HSL|| ||Display color values in HSL(A) format|
|:active||-|| Toggles display of styles defined in the |
|:hover||-|| Toggles display of styles defined in the |
|:focus||-|| Toggles display of styles defined in the |
For more info about tweaks available in Firebug please see the full list of preferences.
The Style side panel also shows styles set inside the
style attribute of an element inside an
For inherited styles according to the CSS cascading mechanism are having the ancestor element will be shown as title.
User agent rules
Styles coming from the user agent will be displayed when the option Show User Agent CSS is checked. For these rules there will be <System> shown below the source link.
Styles being overwritten by others will be striked out.
Source links with a number behind them (
#3, ...) numerate the internal stylesheets defined via
<style> tags inside the page. For external CSS files the number sign means that the same file is included several times.
The Style side panel allows inline-editing of the selectors, property names and values. To do so just click on the item you want to edit.
Rendered font highlighted
The actually used font is displayed highlighted to easily allow to see errors in font definitions.
|Copy Rule Declaration||CSS selector||Copies the current CSS rule including the selector and all styles formatted to the clipboard|
|Copy Style Declaration||CSS selector||Copies all styles of the current CSS rule formatted to the clipboard|
|Copy Location||source link||Copies the URL of the file containing the current CSS rule|
|Open in New Tab||source link||Opens the file containing the current CSS rule in a new Tab|
|Edit Element Style...||everywhere||Enables editing of the element's inline style|
|New Property...||CSS rule||Allows adding new styles to the current CSS rule|
|Edit "<property name>"...||CSS property||Starts inline-editing of the current CSS property|
|Delete "<property name>"...||CSS property||Deletes the current CSS property from the rule|
|Disable "<property name>"...||CSS property||Disables the current CSS property|
|Refresh||everywhere||Reloads the contents of the panel|
|Inspect in CSS Panel||CSS rule||Lets you inspect the current CSS rule inside the CSS Panel|
|Inspect in DOM Panel||CSS rule||Lets you inspect the current CSS rule inside the DOM Panel|
|Open in external editor||CSS rule||Opens the CSS file containing the current rule in an external editor|