Support » Plugin: Kadence Blocks – Gutenberg Page Builder Toolkit » kt-highlight – with multi-line headlines

  • dmartgmail

    (@dmartgmail)


    It’s a nightmare – How can your surpass the shabby inline code of todays Guteberg Block Plugins -> Just an example from Kadence: “#kt-adv-heading_1db5af-93 mark, #kt-adv-heading_1db5af-93 .wp-block-kadence-advancedheading mark” -> This is it what they made out of wordpress – a former reliable platform for frntend-design – no its not responsive, inline-bloat-ware and a nightmare at all.

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  • Plugin Author Ben Ritner – Kadence WP

    (@britner)

    Hey @dmartgmail I would be happy to help with any questions or suggestions you have!

    This plugin outputs css into the head of your page in a style tag, that block specific css is based on settings you select in the block.

    Is there something specific you are wanting to accomplish?

    Ben

    dmartgmail

    (@dmartgmail)

    I must apologize – Although I really feel embareced by the massive inline css – it is inline css – even if its put in the header – But this seems to be the new Gutenberg Paradigma – Bloat as Bloat can be.

    Nevertheless – I just used the new box-decoration-break: clone property to cope with the kt-highlight – Ok, its not Edge/IE compatible – But how cares.

    This helps:
    .kt-highlight {
    /* not supported by most lame Browsers – MS-Ecosystem */
    -webkit-box-decoration-break: clone;
    -o-box-decoration-break: clone;
    box-decoration-break: clone;
    }

    Cheers!

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