Mads Kristensen Mads Kristensen - 1 year ago 63
HTML Question

See which CSS document there is used

I have to correct some text size. If you fx look at this page: the headlines are going out from the page on a mobile device, (or in the 'blisk' browser) so you have to scroll right to see the text.

The site has a lot of pages, and I cannot find the CSS or Sass file that is controlling the font.

Does anybody knows if I can see in the browser which document the

tag is using. As I see it I cannot see it through the developer tools?

Answer Source

You have just one minified css

<link href="/bundles/css?v=SJ37P6CfqPJUAiVuLtUYrkvpJkXmJUlOWclWB_n1UKw1" rel="stylesheet"/>

The problem is here:

.h2, h2 {
  font-size: 40px;
  padding-top: 30px;

Since you have long words the browser try not to broke the words into multiple lines. You can decrease the font size for a certain breakpoint:

@media screen and (max-width: 640px){
  .h2, h2 {
    font-size: 26px;
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