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Option NOT to use Design Presets

Thread began 6/24/2010 1:36 pm by zuffster370186 | Last modified 6/24/2010 1:36 pm by zuffster370186 | 435 views | 0 replies

zuffster370186

Option NOT to use Design Presets

My wish: Add an option in DataAssist, SecurityAssist, and CSSFormBu... to allow the design preset for the form elements to the web page's default css. Example:

-Moab
-Pacific
-Desert.....
-....
-Current Page CSS or DW Default (no css styles attached)

This would be huge if we had the option from time to time not to use css styles from WA so that the form elements would be the same as what Dreamweaver provides by default. Don't get me wrong. The WA styles are nice and convenient but sometime I just need the plain form elements and functionality minus the bells and whistles of the design.

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