I have added a CustomClass to a datetimepicker widget. I then referenced my class in my css to make a background color change, and it wasn't working. Upon inspecting the element using my browser's inspection tools, I don't see the class anywhere in the html. If I specify a 'CustomClass' in a widget, shouldn't I see it upon inspection in the browser?
Anyone run into this before? Solutions? Or is this a know bug?
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In some cases CSS class are overwritten during runtime.
Try to use !important in your CSS class to make it work.
I've added !important to the attribute itself (like: "background-color: pink !important;"), but it's the custom class name that's not even visible upon inspection.
For example, if I add this custom class, like this (or, see attachment if not downloading):
But when I go to inspect the page, 'test-class' is not visible as a class on any html. Rather, I can only see it being called on the style sheet.
Is this expected behavior?