Is it possible to give a <div> inside a post some custom styling?
I’ve seen that any non-whitelisted
classes are stripped out, and I’ve tried adding
style= to my divs and spans to no avail , so does anyone know if there’s a way to do that?
Basically I have a bot that posts from an internal tool and I’d like to have it post with something that looks like the tool to make it obvious that it’s not a regular disourse post, something like this:
It’s got a couple of nested divs/spans to make it look nice and they each have their own associated css.
Ideally if the bot could post something like this:
<div class="mytool"> <div class="item"> <div class="name">Machine64</div> <div class="message">Top Secret operation has executed sucessfully</div> </div> <div class="item"> <div class="name">Device 08</div> <div class="message">Test operation failed at 16:22</div> </div> </div>
classes would be specified in the global discourse css, but even if I could lump all my styling into
style tags, that would solve my problem.
Any ideas on how I could do this? Thanks!