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CSS Scan

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Description from extension meta

The fastest and easiest way to check, copy and edit CSS.

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Description from store This extension is paid and requires a license to use it. You can buy yours at https://getcssscan.com CSS Scan is the fastest way to inspect and copy CSS. Visualize the CSS of any element you hover over instantly and copy its entire CSS rules with a single click. Join 10,000+ professional developers using CSS Scan every day Featured in: CSS Tricks, Smashing Magazine, Product Hunt, Designer News, t3n and many more websites.

Latest reviews

  • (2021-09-22) Alex: I've been using CSS Scan since it came out. Its great!!
  • (2021-08-13) Omer Iqbal: One of my favorite extension. Once you start using It, there's no going back ūüėÖ. Saves so much time.
  • (2021-07-11) Dominik Weber: Does not work!
  • (2021-05-28) Igor Houwat: It speeds up development, especially once you get a knack for the shortcuts. Between this and toast.log for viewing console messages (by the same author), I don't open DevTools as much, which makes for a much smoother development experience.
  • (2021-04-25) Martin Castillo: A geat tool for front end development. Speed things up!!! Please keep the updates coming...
  • (2021-02-28) J F√ęrzt: $80 for a tool that is offered for free on other sites??? You don't burn your head off! ...or yes? too intelligent doing fraudulent business!
  • (2021-01-09) Hundo: I think it is worth it, definitely saved me alot of time and is a work flow changer. My biggest gripe is that you cant scroll down if it goes off the page, seems like a huge oversite and if it were fixed my review would be 5/5. Please fix this.
  • (2020-11-27) Alina Sava: Very handy. Thumbs up for its developer for offering great support and constantly adding features and improvements.
  • (2020-11-20) Marc Bernard: I love the integration with Chrome. See the CSS definitions right on the page. Very helpful. I'm missing something to trace back why a given CSS setting is the way it is i.e. which CSS file/script was responsible for setting it.
  • (2020-10-23) Mohammad Moalemi: not worth
  • (2020-10-01) Phong Lu: Perfect for my need. Excellent job!
  • (2019-12-04) T R: 60$ for a tiny tool like this?
  • (2019-11-24) Vladimir Mikulic: SnappySnippet + Peeper much better
  • (2019-11-20) Alexander Schlichting: It helps but I also expected more functionality. Seems like a lot of the things I were hoping for come now with the Pro version but $20 monthly is twice of what I pay for Photoshop monthly. Not sure it is worth that much.
  • (2019-11-06) Arthur Moreira de Paula: Uma ferramenta maravilhosa! Depois que voc√™ come√ßa a usar, nunca mais vai querer outra maneira para inspecionar elementos. Foi muito √ļtil para mim desde o momento que estava estudando e aprendendo mais sobre front end. Recomendo muito!
  • (2019-09-11) Oguz kagan Olmez: it would be great if extension has a free version.
  • (2019-06-07) Rishi Uttam: Doesn't seem to work with media queries. When you scale the browser window down CSSscan hover element still shows the original font-size. Its incorect. Have to manually refresh each time in order to get it to work. I think this is a easy fix. It should also show the current browser window size.
  • (2019-06-03) Pedro J. Mart√≠nez: Edit. I wrote a harsh review due to the current license limitation (2 uses) and I had to reinstall it >2 times, so it wouldn't work. Turns out this is not a greedy decision to make customers buy it more times like I thought at first, but for piracy reasons. Guilherme kindly contacted me, offering help and a new license without any hesitation so just keep in mind that while he's working on a better license system, be careful and don't uninstall/reinstall the extension too much. The extension itself is a time saver: it's super fast, has pinnable snippets and it provides more info than the built-in dev tools.
  • (2019-06-03) Jaime Berrill: this is so useful and saves me a ton of time
  • (2019-05-07) Jay Skunkworks: I asked the author for Sass nesting and he added the feature. Now that's great support! :-) Bumped from 4 stars to 5
  • (2019-04-25) Matthias Dilger: Perfect for people like me who after many years still can't quite figure out CSS.
  • (2019-03-05) Abra√£o Azevedo: Amazing tool, a must for every web developer!
  • (2019-03-04) Rannyeri Baptist: Acho que √© uma ferramenta imprescind√≠vel pra qualquer desenvolvedor... Muito completa e ajuda demais a salvar um tempo quando o deadline t√° apertado! Fora o tempo que √© ganho pela simplicidade que isso tr√°s √† um trabalho que antes era at√© meio bobo mas que s√≥ consegui perceber depois de usar a ferramenta.
  • (2019-03-04) Leonardo: I've been using CSS Scan since its release. As a front-end developer, this tool has proved to be very useful to me during my work.
  • (2019-03-03) Felipe C√©sar: Fast and effective way to speed up frontend development and study css. I can't live without it anymore :D
  • (2019-03-03) Lenilson Dos Santos: Speeds up a lot frontend development by getting clean, computed CSS.
  • (2019-02-25) Sander Luis: Great extension, it helps a lot in learning and understanding the layouts. It got much better and faster after the latest updates. Just keep it up!
  • (2019-01-16) Gleb Sabirzyanov: Very simple and insanely useful! Thanks for making this!
  • (2018-12-21) Guilherme henrique mendes: Ferramenta top! Me ajudou muito na constru√ß√£o do CSS do meu site wordpress.
  • (2018-07-26) Benji: Extension is ok. Though, I thought it was more fully featured. Assumed the selected element's CSS plus all child elements' css would be copied. However, it only copies CSS for the specific selected element only. SnappySnippet is more feature-full. Good work however, looking forward to hopefully frequent updates.

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10,000 history
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Rating
4.2 (36 votes)
Last update / version
2021-09-20 / 3.8.1
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