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MRT Records display - Complex CSS

Thread began 7/19/2012 4:16 pm by Andrew Read | Last modified 7/20/2012 9:56 am by Andrew Read | 876 views | 5 replies

Andrew Read

MRT Records display - Complex CSS

Is there any documentation around for the different types of CSS that are used in the new forms? The CSS is quite complex and it can be very difficult to figure out where to add/remove bits of forms to make them display more efficiently.

In this case I have a large number of checkboxes that I would like to display for a MRT behaviour, if the are in a long line without headings then they are simply too hard to look at, however in the past I have used a table to display the checkboxes under their headings (or multiple groupings). See image:

Is there a simple way to make this happen with the new DB CSS that already exists? I'm not even sure where to insert the code if I create it on my own. ;)

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