I have an external CSS style sheet in a website that formats elements in a snippet. However, when I paste a snippet more than once, the ID field receives a number. For example, the first snippet will post with an element as <td id="Title">, while the second paste will cause it to be <td id="Title2">. The CSS sheet only knows to format elements with the ID "Title" so when I paste this more than once the ID changes.
Under normal circumstances, I would just edit the HTML code, however, the site is meant to be heavily template driven, and the second person managing it doesn't have time to edit/learn HTML code as they are busy with other tasks. For the moment, PHP/MySQL isn't an option either.
Is there a way to have pasted elements not include an additional number in the ID fields?
You can't technically use the same HTML id twice.
Is a no-no.
Use classes instead...
Your css would go from
EDIT: Or in your case <td id="Title"> to <td class="Title"> and in the CSS #Title to .Title
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