In the editor, you can modify an element’s HTML code directly by selecting the Edit HTML option.
This feature is often used improperly and can cause display errors in a dynamic element.
By editing an element’s HTML code, you make it entirely static: we apply the HTML code as it is specified in the editing window. But if some elements of the source code are dynamically generated on the server side, they will be overwritten by this change.
So you must always verify that the element to which you are applying the Edit HTML function does not contain any dynamic elements. As a general rule, we recommend that you not select too wide a range of elements, such as a <div> tag, because there is a higher chance that it includes a dynamic element. Reduce the function’s field of application by selecting a child tag with the Select child function.