For Safari, there is a solution that I just recently uncovered that has
been a lifesaver:https://requestly.io/desktop You can create rules using
the web extension in Chrome or Firefox that basically point the embed
code URL from the production one to staging, and then the desktop app
automatically runs your internet through the proxy in the tool and
applies them. All you need to select is "Request Redirect" and then
enter your production library URL from the embed code setup, and then
Hi Lauren,Good question. I generally try to stick with the "in-line"
type modification when possible. However, I find the custom code can
sometimes be necessary or easier in some case - though there isn't a
hard and fast rule that I'm aware of. Here are some example use cases I
use custom code for:If I want to make a custom CSS change to an element
(beyond the typical modification) like the background image
reference.When I want to make changes to an element that exists many
times on the page or...