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When importing CSS styles everything is treated as a tag attribute

Thread began 3/03/2011 4:02 pm by YellowCircleWeb | Last modified 3/04/2011 9:24 am by YellowCircleWeb | 2260 views | 6 replies

Jason ByrnesWebAssist

That is the way it is supposed to be.

A class is a tag attribute.

Look at the top section of your screen shot, it lists thee tag that will be used for each style, for example the the blueText style will use a span element.

Look at the bottom section, it shows:

type = tag attribute
Setting = class
value = blueText

this means that when you select text in the editor, and apply the blueText style to it, it will wrap the selected text with a span tag that has the blueText class applied to it:
<span class="bluetext>selected text</span>

in the top section, you could change the element to div instead if you like to use a div tag:
<div class="blueText>selected text</div>

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