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Affect any element with a combo class from an Interaction

Hi everyone, I wrote a litle piece about a trick that scratches some itches :wink:

There’s a way to target any element from an interaction, that I’m using for a long time and works quite well.

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That is amazing!

Now, without using this trick, almost anything is possible in targeting elements with interactions, but you have to think it before starting to build a structure and give class names to elements.

…Exactly!! Plan before you start!

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@vincent – greatt tip. That’s been helpful for me just now!

Ah this is somewhat similar to the nested children selector hack using richtext editor.

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Say that again ?


I hereby name this:

The Nested Children Selector Hack

To create a CSS class like these so that you can style all links/images inside an element:

.my-section a { ... }
.my-section img { ... }

Instructions

  1. Create a dummy richtext editor with class mysection, add an image, then you will be able to style the images within the section.

  2. Now add the class mysection to a normal div. All images in there will still function the same way.

Demo

http://webflow-tricks.webflow.io/how-to-add-hover-zoom-to-rich-text

https://preview.webflow.com/preview/sandbox-903b9c?preview=2a77d4d5446ddad097abb9bf8603288b

Limitations

Note that this only works for elements that can be placed inside rich text:

  • link
  • bold
  • italic
  • h1 to h6
  • ul
  • ol
  • li
  • figcaption
  • img
  • blockquote
  • etc.
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Woaw, that’s totally a “webflow secret” material :slight_smile:

Great to know… it’s possible that I had stumble upon this by accident without understanding it.