I'm trying to determine if I'm understanding the builder interface with Pro. Namely with these "fancy" new elements. From what I can tell the basic css elements are far from comprehensive. Observe as I try to stick a new "image" element into my bottom headerbar. It immediately breaks out of the container.
As there's no way for me to use the builder interface
and delegate a maximum-height of 100% (percents aren't even an option for any setting!) I'm having to dig through an inspector, find a useful and hopefully unique CSS class/ID and then head to the header CSS to coerce this image into respecting its container.
Why is this the default behavior of image elements. If I'm failing to find it, what strange interface do I have to find to just use the builder for something so simple? Why do these "fancy" new elements lack the ability to assign classes to them to simplify this sort of stupidity?