Merged idea

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Nested "children of" styles Merged

Since day one I missed the ability to apply styles by tag name or to all children within a parent class / tag name, for instance:

.parent-class a{

div a{

.parent-class .children-class{

  • Andreu Pifarre
  • Jan 24 2017
  • Marisa Falcigno commented
    27 Oct, 2017 07:53pm

    I wish I could vote more times for this and am surprised it doesn't have more votes. 

  • Joe Thomas commented
    26 Oct, 2017 03:49pm

    Cannot believe this still doesn't exist in Webflow. Just started learning Webflow and using it for the last week. This. Is. Driving. Me. Crazy.

    Apparently, development of this feature was happening in May 2014 ( Hmm...

  • Marisa Falcigno commented
    19 Jul, 2017 01:09pm

    Looks like we can do this with Rich Text, but don't understand why it's limited to that. This should be standard throughout the whole site for cleaner markup. 

  • Aleph Celis commented
    5 Jun, 2017 08:35am

    This and preprocessors export (PUG, SASS) please, that are professional needs.

  • Yurii Kiriliuk commented
    18 Apr, 2017 02:55am

    Ohh...Really need thos feature!!!

  • Justin Byrne commented
    12 Mar, 2017 01:38pm

    I = can't believe this feature does not exist still! Even after the countless updates to Webflow. For a company which prides itself in producing clean code on export, not having this feature is quite incredible... I've lost count the amount of times I've had to name every child element with a class which could be achieved by naming the parent...  I custom-code any parent class styles to save hours of development time. 

    The ability to code SASS in the CSS editor would be a good interim solution for those who can code...

  • Dinko Ibukic commented
    9 Mar, 2017 03:20pm

    Really need this feature! 

  • Sean Tubridy commented
    26 Jan, 2017 06:17pm

    Yes! This would cut down on the nested to style nested children over and over again and produce cleaner markup.

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