Following up with this answer, when I do this method, all CSS disappears. Is there a way to fix that?
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here’s my workflow (see screenshots). I have my component and mark it for export. I then put that shortcode into the native Wordpress post editor. On the front end, it completely drops the CSS.
This is a bug with component as a shortcode, the default CSS settings we’re not carry over. I have reported the issue to our tracker and it is one of the top priority. We cannot give ETA but rest assured that they will fix the issue.
Thank you for understanding.
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