Search CSS classes in the Style Manager
Books with white covers can also scare you before you even pick the book up off the shelf.
Now you can search classes by their names, properties, and values – all from the Style Manager.
Today, finding the exact class you want is a manual effort for users who build projects with large amounts of classes – unless you can remember the class name.
This is especially true if you're coming into a new project that you’re unfamiliar with, where navigating classes becomes time-consuming and quite the guessing game.
But what if you could find classes more easily?
Imagine if you could find a specific color value to change (such as #FF0000; red), or if you could find classes with a specific property that you’d like to remove (like the box-shadow property).
Webflow's newest CSS Search enhancement brings all of that (and more) to life.
Not only can you find the class you want through class name or property, but you can also search the values applied to a class – like text values (ex: blue, hidden, none), color values (ex: RGBA, HEX, or HSB), or numerical values (ex: 100, 10).
If you want to see this in action today, just open up the Designer and give it a try. It’s never been easier to navigate and launch your project. If you need a refresher on all the in’s and out’s of the Style Manager, be sure to check out Webflow's newly updated Webflow University article – happy building!