I would like to see a list of pages where a particular style is used so I can either delete/modify it.


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You can see a list of selectors not used on a page using external tools, there is no way for drupal itself to create the list for you however.

You can find some suggestions here: https://stackoverflow.com/questions/33242/how-can-i-find-unused-images-and-css-styles-in-a-website I personally use the chrome developer tools as described in the above link.


I can say that this is not possible.

A particular style is applied on either an id, class or an element. In Drupal, a page is generated by lots of different mechanisms including templates, modules, blocks, etc... So there is no easy way to track a particular id or class and find exactly in which pages does it exist.

  • Would it not be possible to build an indexer that works this out? Jan 29, 2013 at 10:04
  • as penten's answer also suggests, there maybe are some external solutions. But I cant think of a solution inside Drupal. Jan 29, 2013 at 10:11

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