Testing websites on your local system is fine, but we all know things can be very different on your live server. What if you could test your CSS on your live site, without showing it to the world? Charles Proxy is a very cool tool that lets you do exactly this.

Tags: charles, CSS, debugging, learnable, Testing
PatCat is the founder of Dev Diner, a site helping developers navigate the world of emerging tech. He is a SitePoint editor for the HTML/CSS Channel and a contributing editor for emerging tech such as the Internet of Things, virtual/augmented reality and more. He is an instructor at SitePoint Premium and O'Reilly, a Meta Pioneer and freelance web developer who loves every opportunity to tinker with something new in a tech demo.

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  • Larry Kagan

    Very cool stuff. I’ve been using Charles for debugging encrypted communication to/from web apps but never dug into the additional features. Thanks!

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