When site grows as your building it out, the Class Selectors too will shape out and morph differently as more and more elements are added and the composition of your site is refined. One selector may start with a number of properties but after a number of iterations the selector and child selectors will carry your properties out in better structure. After using Webflow awhile I felt that something could be improved to streamline this necessary process in your site creation.
What I propose is to give properties that are cascaded down from a parent selector the ability to transfer into the current child selector as the main holder of the property setting. How so?
When a property is determined by a parent, its label is Orange in the styles panel. If you click on that label, a popup appears telling you that the current property is inherited by the Parent. In this popup I would like to have a button offering me the ability to transfer this property out of the parent selector and into the current child.
When this happens, I can expect that elements with only the parent selector activated will change and therefore allow me to define my class structure in a more meaningful way because it will give users a speedier management mechanism to work with their classes.