Really good plugin , but finding when we use the built-in block field for ‘additional css classes’ , these class names get prepended to the ‘selector’ string in the custom css textarea
So say we add an additional css class to a block called ‘hide-on-desktop’ , in the custom css textarea we end up with all our custom styling getting brocken as the css classnames become –
It is really hard to fix as well via different css class positioning , etc
Is this a common issue and anything we can do to fix?
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