I am writing some CSS files, but when I make a mistake, Chrome appears to just silently ignore the parts that I screw up, and renders the rest.
This makes it annoying to debug since I can't figure out what is going wrong.
So, is there a way to get Chrome to "scream at me in big red letters," so that I can spend less time finding the error and more time fixing it?
As CSS is not a scripting language, you cant properly debug it. Anyway if you know where it goes wrong you can try to tune it by hand.
Aditionally you've got the w3c validator here: http://jigsaw.w3.org/css-validator/ which may give you some feedback