Invalid must-match selector


  • Full report name: Invalid must-match selector
  • Status: ERROR
  • Summary: A selector in a must-match or must-not-match directive is not a valid CSS selector
  • How to fix: fix or remove the invalid selector in the directive

A selector in a must-match or a must-not-match directive is not a valid CSS selector. You have to fix or remove the invalid selector in the directive's value to get the directive to work properly.

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