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@andy_unleash That just means you have to be smart about how you write your CSS, which is a good thing. Also, there is nothing wrong for using classes for something that doesn’t repeat.
True, but on occasion I use an ID to explain & describe the content of a container, but very very rarely use them for styling purposes.
Usually it’s just like div#main-content and div#sub-content
Within those I commonly have a sprinkling of classes, but in my CSS I don’t have them nested.
@andy_unleash Perhaps using a comment might work just as well? At least that way you avoid the confusion of having an ID that isn’t being used for anything.
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