Is there a possibility upon clicking a link contained within drop-down menu, that it closes?
Of course the menu will not close when in SD3, but it will in a browser.
From what I'm understanding is that anything / everything that would be inside the body of the page.
Should be put inside the ample-padding container. Acting as a body?
One thing that I did not mention, but maybe I should, is that if you don't like my class names, like 'ample-top-padding' and want to change it, you risk losing the styles. What I do to make it easier to reinstate the styles is, I open two SD3 windows, One with the file in question, the other one with a copy. of the same file. Then I change the class names I want to change in one of the files and use the other one as a reference to see what I have to redo. Bob from the CC staff said something about EDITING class names, but I haven't found my way to how to do that yet. I'll post it here when I get a reply from him. Or maybe someone else knows?
If you have a group of class names and want to rename the one of the ones to the left of the far right or last class name what I do is duplicate the element. On the duplicated element I delete all the classes except the one I want to rename. I click the x, let go of the mouse, type the new class name and hit tab. Now I go back to the original element with all the classes and delete the old name. I then click in a blank spot on the class name box and a list comes up of available classes. I pick the new class name. I then go and delete the duplicate element.
If you use the grey out a class name feature and group styles using this method it gets even more complicated. Not even sure how one would do that.
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