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CSS class elements with space character in their name cannot be hidden


CSS class names such as ".foo bar" added to hidden elements in the settings are not hidden in the app.


alexjota wrote Feb 26, 2015 at 10:26 AM

Hi there!

Are you still seeing this issue? I tried to reproduce the error but with no luck. If you test these out on the default site, do you see any issues?

• “.col-sm-3 img”
• “.col-sm-9 .subtitle”
• “p .btn”
• “#content h1”

What version of the template are you using?
Would you like to share the config bits and some html?


alexjota wrote Feb 26, 2015 at 6:29 PM

I think I understand the issue. You were referring to a single css class with a whitespace in its name, correct? Sorry about the confusion. In that case, no, the template will interpret that as two different elements. We'll add a backlog item to address this in the future.