The only way is to use the “Inspect Element” feature in each browser. You can read the snippets of code in the Notion library, take them as an example and find the corresponding elements, then find new elements yourself.
@KPT - I know that @darren did a quick “how-to” use browser dev tools to identify Glide component classes in one of his tutorials, although I don’t recall exactly which one it was. It was something to do with modifying the appearance of the Stopwatch component.
You could watch all of his tutorials one by one until you find it. If nothing else, you’d learn a lot about Glide
That was my line of thought. Would be good to be able to just be able to play around with all the magic, without constantly having to disturb the CSS wizards.
I assume you inspect the elements once the app is published?
If anyone know which one it is it’ll be awesome if I could be pointed in the direction. Otherwise I’ll take the long way though them all. Seems like a really good tutorial resource