🔬 A really annoying issue I foresee with any developer editing a page builder site, like DIVI, would be finding the Custom CSS that’s causing an issue. With DIVI you can add custom CSS at the module, row, column, section, page, and site levels. Furthermore, WordPress Apperence’s has it’s own “Custom CSS” section, and often “Custom header code” or “Custom CSS” plugins are commonly found. What a mess.

Be kind to your fellow developers, when writing custom CSS in a GUI backend, always start the block with a comment of where the CSS is found, i.e.:


/* CSS START - THE FOLLOWING CSS IS IN WP-ADMIN > DIVI > THEME OPTIONS /
...
/
CSS END */


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