In HTML and CSS (when not using Webflow) I can create a class of margin-top and apply it to any other element I have.
The problem is in Webflow that I can’t do this. If I create a combo class of margin-top to an element (let’s say h2) it works fine, but when I create the same combo class for another element I don’t get the same effect, and I need to set the margin-top again.
is there any way to create a class that I can put on every element without the need to create a combo class over and over again?
I’m working with 8pt system for all margins, paddings, width etc… I want to create universal classes like .margin_top1 , .margin_top2 etc…
if I want to change the margin_top1 from 16px to 24 px I will have to change it on every combo class! this is a lot of work!
Sure I can always write costume css to target the specific class I created in Webflow , but just want to hear more ideas