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Css class renamed to lowercase


#1

hi

is it possible to fix this problem ?

since some jquery plugins NEEDS specific classnames it s boring to inject my custom html with an onlick event just to have the right css names...

thanks


#2

I wouldn't call this a bug. Well, you can always find an alternative jQuery plugin, or request to the author of the plugin provides an option to customise the classnames.


#3

hello

not a real bug, but from my point of view it s not normal... if i give a name to something i want the name applied like i asked

id names are applied normally just don t understand why classname do not act like this

maybe there s a good reason ...? :slightly_smiling:

thanks

ps : i ve modified the jquery plugin myself to fix my problem


#4

Because that isn't meant to be a classname field, but it's a "go-between" the designer and code.


#5

hello

i can t follow you samliew :slightly_smiling:

just tell me, do you think normal that i have to modify ALL the damn jquery plugins i use just because i can t get my classnames writed like i made in the designer ?

for me no ...


#6

If you have to modify the plugin, it isn't a well-written one. Get one that accepts parameters to allow you to override the defaults.


#7

sure... but i can t understand your logic ...


#8

It is pretty widely accepted as best practice to use all lowercase for CSS selectors (class names).


#9

hello tkister

yeah i ll try to change my bad habits :confused:

thanks


#10

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