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How to use Inspect Element to edit CSS in Divi

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Lucas (12 days ago)
Many thanks Josh. Very helpful for me. You are amazing! Cheers
Heida Lehndorfer (2 months ago)
wow - gamechanger!!! Hey Josh, thanks so much for your videos, learned so much from them. Keep going, you're doing a GREAT job! Greetz from Germany
Josh Hall (2 months ago)
Thanks, Heida! Appreciate the awesome comment and love from Germany. More and more on the way along with some courses and all kinds of good stuff :)
Christopher Sewell (2 months ago)
How do u save your work when u turn the computer off or send it to your phone and bank
Keli Hendricks (3 months ago)
Do you have more videos about CSS Inspector? I still don't understand why some appears marked out when you are viewing the css. Are those old rules?
Josh Hall (3 months ago)
Not at the moment but I may consider doing a more advanced, in depth one. Yep anything that is marked out is being overwritten!
Arno Pisspot (3 months ago)
Great stuff Josh. Thanks for the tips!💪🔥🔥🔥
Christian Wittmann (4 months ago)
how do you save the changing? I don't get this. If I changed something in "Inspect", I find now way to save it. If I reload the page, everything is like before. What I wanna do, is just to get rid of the file names in the divi photo gallery.
Josh Hall (4 months ago)
Hey Christian, you have to put the code you write in the css stylesheet. See my tutorial on how to do that here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RUq_U22IF54
Jack Jhalak (4 months ago)
same here bro
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Flavio (6 months ago)
amazing tutorial, so helpful on technical explanation and good quality video! thank you!
Josh Hall (5 months ago)
Awesome feedback. Thank you!
Alain Patry (6 months ago)
Just subscribed to your channel Josh - you have great videos and explain things well! Would love to see one about how to add a scroll icon/button at the bottom of the Divi Header Module (I know the fullwidth header has one built-in but I find that module more limited).
Josh Hall (6 months ago)
Thanks, Alain! Yeah I've only used the one in the fullwidth header module. I suppose there are numerous ways to go about it. Maybe add a blurb with an anchor link...will consider that moving forward!
Fusion Cooking (7 months ago)
Thanks very much for a detailed and useful tutorial! Great job 👍👌🙂
Josh Hall (7 months ago)
Thanks so much for your feedback and encouragement!
Keith Miller (9 months ago)
Hey Josh. Fantastic tutorial - as they all are!
Josh Hall (9 months ago)
Thanks, Keith!
Alena Kleder (9 months ago)
Man, you are awesome - many, many, MANY thanks for your more than helpful tutorials!
Utkrishta Limbu (6 months ago)
Josh Hall (9 months ago)
Thanks, Alena! Really appreciate your feedback :) Got my inspired to keep them coming!
Josh Hall (9 months ago)
Thanks so much, Alena! Really appreciate your feedback!

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