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[Resolved] Can't add a class with a Capital Letter

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Last updated by Shane 1 year, 2 months 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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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.

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.