Pretty simple one. Attributes require that you include a value. For example if you wanted to
autoplay you have to do
autoplay="true" . This doesn't matter to much as it's still accepted.
The issue is if you want to use Vue / Petite Vue / Alpine JS inside of Webflow for interactivity, you can't use things like
v-else because you have to do
v-else="true" which isn't valid. Same goes for
v-cloak which you have to apply as
v-cloak="true" which isn't valid and breaks.
It makes no sense to require attribute value as in many cases just a name is fine, it also makes Webflow less flexible as you aren't able to use Vue in it's full potential.
Seems like a really easy fix and hope to see it soon.
The ability to leave an attribute's value empty is possible and will publish as