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Support first-child, nth-child(n), etc. Merged

Support pseudo-classes, such as first-child, nth-child(n), etc. within the Designer class selector.

  • Jason Zucchetto
  • Jan 11 2017
  • Soraya Demmers commented
    16 Sep, 2021 01:28pm


  • Estevan Benson commented
    24 Jun, 2021 05:10pm

    Dude. This is not a feature? Ugh.

  • Pinkney Gould commented
    6 Feb, 2021 07:04am

    +1 x 10,000

  • Tom Auger commented
    2 Dec, 2020 10:09pm

    It's the end of 2020 now.... where are we at with nth-child and first-child? Want to do some fancy paragraph styling and was really hoping to find that here.

  • Kat Jean-Laflamme commented
    29 Sep, 2020 06:44pm


  • Meritt Thomas commented
    9 Jun, 2020 01:06am


  • Pablo González Day commented
    23 Apr, 2020 12:58am

    This would be a great addition.

  • Peter Granholm commented
    1 Nov, 2019 07:06am


  • Vadim Semeniuk commented
    29 Oct, 2019 07:30pm

    Important feature, somewhat easy to implement. 

    From the child view: allow all child elements to be selected ('set inherit from Section'), and only if they're all the same element category ('div', or 'list', or whatever).

    Webview would determine how deep that relationship is (is it 'div.section > div > div.child' or is it 'div.section > div > div > div > div.child'?).

    For first-type/last-type: each style from the Style tab (right menu) would have an icon allowing user to toggle whether to use applicable style (Webflow would determine what's first or last).

    For nth-child/not: Webflow would have a nth-child selector in the Styles tab (right menu), allowing user to set the child number to affect.

  • Dev Lumsden commented
    30 Aug, 2019 12:03am

    This would be super handy in a whole host of situations

  • Josh Williams commented
    22 Aug, 2019 10:52pm

    bumping this :)

  • Nehemie KOFFI commented
    2 May, 2019 01:13am

    Would love to have this

  • Alain commented
    26 Apr, 2019 09:46pm

    Yes please support it!

  • Rick Messer commented
    7 Apr, 2019 09:17pm

    Yes just searched hoping this would be in here. Could very-much use.

  • Tim Armstrong commented
    19 Mar, 2019 04:58pm

    Yes!  Please add support for pseudo elements 

  • Lucas Fabossi commented
    18 Jan, 2019 06:50pm


  • Adrien Olczak commented
    2 Dec, 2018 06:24am

    This has been 2 years now almost.


  • Adrien Olczak commented
    2 Dec, 2018 06:23am


  • Toni HD commented
    22 Oct, 2018 04:21pm


  • Rijk van Wel commented
    11 Sep, 2018 11:20am
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