Hello! I would like is for <iframe> tags to be whitelisted, in order to embed things. Thank you for all your hard work on the siteヾ(oﾟ∀ﾟo)ﾉ
I'M NOT A FRONT END DEVELOPER omg i should really hire one but i'm literally never going to get around to it i'm so sorry
Anyway if you see anything in the source that could be fixed to make skinning profiles easier or if you need any specific IDs or classes on elements make a post and I'll see if I can add it in for you (it's basically entirely dependent on whether it breaks current profiles or not).
Also, if you wanna use certain tags / attributes and you've noticed that they're blacklisted just post here and I'll see whether I can add it in for you, ye o/
are linear-gradiant and radial-gradient properties of background disabled? I don't seem to be able to use them in group CSS
Hi, it seems like object-fit and transition are blacklisted, would be great if we could use them. Thanks!
<table style="margin-left: auto; margin-right: auto;" border="1" width="960" cellspacing="12">
The cellspacing part of this doesn't seem to work anymore after the update. Please whitelist it again?
background-size doesn't seem to work (tried doing background-size:cover specifically)
if someone has a fix/workaround for this in the meantime please let me know... my bg looks like shit on larger screens rn :^))
the opacity property doesn't seem to work either... if both (opacity + background-size) are blacklisted, it'd be great if you could whitelist them!
I hope I understood that this is the place to ask for this:
Trying to use
<hr width="60%" align="left" style="display:inline-block;">
but the display:inline-block doesn't seem to work/is gone on the front end
(it does work when tweaking via inspect element)
This has been mentioned before, but it seems to still be an issue. Please whitelist background-size! I've been trying to use "background-size: contain" in order to get a background image to fit inside of a table, but it isn't working out. I would like to not have to keep manually resizing an image when I could solve the problem in a few seconds using HTML.