Charset encoding is escaped in generated CSS file. So instead of @charset "utf-8"; it returned @charset & quot;utf-8& quot;;
I understand exactly what you're saying. I've been escaping the output of the css to due to security concerns, but I'm seeing that this is causing problems for some people. Sometime soon, I'll release an update that allows for the disabling of this security feature so that double quotes can be used. I can't say exactly when that will be, but it is the highest priority for my next release.
Thanks for helping make this plugin better!
No problem, it is not urgent for me. Thanks for picking it up :)
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