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Selectively Omit Classes from Style Cleanup


#1

Would be great if we could selectively omit certain classes from cleanup. Especially when using custom code that requires classes to be inserted. Maybe adding a checkbox that is checked by default when executing a style cleanup, and then we could untick the ones we wish to omit.


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#2

I do that, I have a page for each site that I call "Dashboard" and where I use to gather all the Symbols so I can edit them all in one place, or multilingual assets, etc.

In this page I have a grid of squares divs in a section called "safe classes". I give them the classes I want to keep.

Then I can safely clean like crazy without losing those classes.


#3

I recently did the exact same thing. By just using those classes on an empty page, you save them from being "cleaned".


#4

Me too. But it would be nice to have the option.


#5

Great suggestion @vincent. But hopefully this small feature could be added. I'm a little OCD with unnecessary pages hahaha.


#6

Well you can do it once, clear the styles and then delete the page.


#7

Yeap that is true. But becomes a problem when I'm using Webflow to build a large web app page template. As things are added or removed and when it's done staged by staged. I totally understand what you meant, but it also means some small extra work in between to get a proper style cleanup. :confounded:


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