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Firebug shows cached css filenames

  1. What cache do I turn off in performance so I can see the actual css filename and line numbers in firebug?

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  4. @activeac, you might want to try the developer tool built right into Firefox. It shows line #'s in the CSS when using the "Style Editor."

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    We have some brief introductory videos on using the developer tools in Safari, Firefox, Chrome and Internet Explorer at: http://en.support.wordpress.com/custom-design/how-to-find-your-themes-css/ .

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