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Thread began 9/21/2015 11:02 am by Nico | Last modified 1/31/2018 12:21 pm by Nico | 13064 views | 189 replies


Where is the update link Ray? Is it the same one as before?

Something I've been meaning to ask for a few months now about the CSS files created by DA; are they going to be entirely responsive?

Currently, I run with the default css files created, and then simply switch over to a responsive style sheet of my own which has all of the text fields etc stretch to fill the container they sit within. There are no fixed div widths, and no fieldset outlines and this fits perfectly within a boostrap framework. This style sheet is an edited version of the default css with my initials on the end of the file name so it doesn't get written over each time I run DA.

I'm asking because I personally think that the use of all of the predesigned style sheets that are in the pre-MySQLi DA must be pretty infrequent based on web design standards of today, so I am assuming that doing away with all of those old style choices would be less work to update the extensions.

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