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I was trying to view the html source code or css used in timeslide theme used on blogger.com. I cannot find out what CSS is used for that expansion effect that we click on a time stamp and the topic gets enlarged with details. Is it done using Java Script or CSS? Where can I view its source code? Here is a preview of a page on the website:

screenshot of a web page

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Thats Really simple, in Google Chrome, simply right click on the page(if your'e using a mac, its cmd-click) without selecting any text, and you shall see a menu bar, like the one in the photo below- The drop down menu

Here, click "View Page Source" to see it.

Happy Coding!

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  • Do let me know if that did the job for you!
    – Nib
    Jun 20 '14 at 16:36
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Or even better, in the menu of Chrome: Tools/Developer Tools, there you can check all the visible elements.

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You can even press F12 to open the inspector. If you want to see the code you can right click and choose view source. Inspector is used by developers to produce live changes in the page.

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Or you could press ctrl+shift+J to open dev tools.

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  • This does not seem to work in Safari. Aug 12 '14 at 12:35
  • In the picture, he didn't seem to be using safari Aug 19 '14 at 11:46

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