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Old September 25th, 2013, 06:08 PM
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The only difference I see using F12 is that there are quotes around the HOME word. Like this:


Code:
   <nav id="navigation">
    	" HOME "
        <a href="menu.html">MENU</a>
        <a href="recipes.html">RECIPES</a>
        <a href="opening.html">OPENING</a>
        <a href="contact.html">CONTACT</a>
    </nav>
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Originally Posted by roblarsen View Post
So if you hit F12 and then right click on the menu you're trying to style, you can click "inspect element" which will open the developer tools with that element selected. It will tell you, in the right hand pane, where it's styles are being inherited from.

You can also look at the the Network tab to see if the style sheet is being properly loaded. There's a lot there that can help you figure out what's wrong with your implementation.
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