The unknown-prop warning will fire if you attempt to render a DOM element with a prop that is not recognized by React as a legal DOM attribute/property. You should ensure that your DOM elements do not have spurious props floating around.
There are a couple of likely reasons this warning could be appearing:
Are you using
cloneElement(element, this.props)? Your component is transferring its own props directly to a child element (eg. https://facebook.github.io/react/docs/transferring-props.html). When transferring props to a child component, you should ensure that you are not accidentally forwarding props that were intended to be interpreted by the parent component.
You are using a non-standard DOM attribute on a native DOM node, perhaps to represent custom data. If you are trying to attach custom data to a standard DOM element, consider using a custom data attribute (https://developer.mozilla.org/en-US/docs/Web/Guide/HTML/Using_data_attributes).
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