Prior to the advent of Firebug, debugging documents styled with complex CSS was an exercise in tedium. In this recipe, we will be demonstrating the use of Firebug in locating an errant margin that we are looking to modify.
The default setting for comment display in Drupal is to thread and nest them. In other words, replies to existing comments are added beneath them and indented by way of a margin to indicate each comment's specific level in the hierarchy. We are going to find out which CSS file, as well as the rule in particular, is responsible for this margin and modify it accordingly.
For the purposes of this recipe, the
comment module will need to be enabled and some test content ...