[WATCH]: Part 1 of 2: How to use FireBug to edit CSS Styles in WordPress, Drupal, Joomla & websites TUTORIAL
PART 1 of 2 – I show you how you can use the awesome open-source project FireBug plug-in/extension to edit CSS Styles and customize the layout and theme of your website, whether in a CMS (Content Management System) like WordPress or Drupal, to HTML or any other web-language. A good point about using CSS is that once you master it, you can control just about anything on your website: font styles, website appearance, backgrounds, and more! When mastered correctly, you will be much closer to having cleaner markup, which means – if built correctly – your site can be compliant a much longer time with the ever-changing web-world and your site will perform much better than a site that is developed using ‘junk standards’ (like using tons of ‘inline styles’ – gross)! : ) HELPFUL LINKS BELOW TO ASSIST IN THIS PROJECT IF YOU ARE NEW: OPEN SOURCE FIREBUG DOWNLOAD: getfirebug.com OPEN SOURCE HTML EDITORS (choose your preferred program): kompozer.net – OR – bluefish.openoffice.nl OPEN SOURCE FTP PROGRAM: filezilla-project.org (download the ‘client’) WATCH PART 2 – www.youtube.com Please address any questions you may have on this video – thanks!