Avada has the ability to add classes and IDs to an element, but for newcomers or those that have never tried it, the labeling can be a source of confusion.
Each element, column, or container has two fields on the primary settings tab — CSS Class and CSS ID.
Unfortunately, this leads many to add a period in the class field or an octothorp (pound sign) in the ID field. What these fields actually mean:
CSS Class = what are the classes you would like to assign to this element. The is a list of the CSS classes you would like to assign — no delimiters. Under the hood it is the equivalent of class=””.
I have struggled to find the time to write full tutorials or even longer posts, so I am adding a Quick Tips category. This is similar to the news shorts, but almost every article will include code or a quick tip (imagine that) about an Avada setting or quirk.
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