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Can't add a class with a Capital Letter

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Last updated by Shane 2 months, 2 weeks ago.

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If you try to add a classname to toolset containers you are unable to give the class a capital letter, if you type myClassName it changes it to myclassname. This is a BIG problem ! classnames are case sensitive so why is it forcing it to lowercase. I'll give you a use case example. We are migrating a website and keeping some of the existing style. so we have the old stylesheet enqueued that uses camel case.

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Shane
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Hi Nicholas,

Thank you for getting in touch.

I understand the concern regarding this one, however you will need to open a feature request in order to get this added sometime in the future.

To open a feature request you will need to go to the link below.
https://toolset.com/home/contact-us/suggest-a-new-feature-for-toolset/

From there you will need to provide as much detail about the feature as possible.

Once you've submitted the feature request it will be reviewed by our team and assigned a priority based on user requests for said feature.

It should be noted as well that this can take a bit of time to go through the entire process.

A workaround here is that you can use the Classic views setup in order to add your css classes where you can add your camel case classes.

Thanks,
Shane