Ability to remove ID's/classes, make HTML more clean

Just wanted to say that I tried the ‘remove classes & ID’ beta feature on my site and it worked perfectly :ok_hand:

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I also had the same experience. It’s flawless.

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It’s kind of a milestone.
These 1.2 updates were a major improvement.

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Totally agree. With the new class system and removal of the defaults in particular, I feel like I can confidently use & recommend Cwicly now.

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:+1: from me also.
Working with the news class system + combined with the removal of the defaults it’s so clean.

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I guess this can marked as done unless Louis have something else in his mind.

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Definitely soon @anon32808828!

I’m leaving this open just a bit longer so that we keep an eye on the extra markup added by interactions as @Marius pointed out.
Once we have reworked the interactions, this can finally be closed as the interactions data won’t need to appear inside the markup.

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Kudos @Louis , so happy this is done. I’ve been out of the loop for a bit, but following the developments. Have noticed the cleaner HTML, and really appreciative of it.

It’s amazing what Cwicly has achieved in a year (has the anniversary already passed?).

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