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Missing css SA 2.0.4

Thread began 1/29/2012 9:32 pm by Jan | Last modified 1/31/2012 9:46 pm by Jason Byrnes | 585 views | 3 replies |

Jan

Missing css SA 2.0.4

For some reason some of the css is missing. For instance take the following lines from login.php:

<div id="LogInContainer" class="WAATK">
<div id="LogIn_Basic_Default_ProgressWrapper">
<form class="Basic_Default" id="LogIn_Basic_Default" name="LogIn_Basic_Default" method="post" action="<?php echo (htmlentities($_SERVER["PHP_SELF"], ENT_QUOTES)); ?>">

The only css I can find from these lines is Basic_Default.

Where's the css?

Thanks.

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

all of the css for the login form will be in the css files located in the webassist/forms folder.

there will not be a CSS rule defined for every div ID or name though.

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Jan

You know, I'm offended by that. If I was great at CSS and coding php, then I wouldn't be buying these extensions, and I expect all of the code to be there, and I can modify it from there.

That's just disappointing!

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

well, it isn't necessary to define a css rule for every ID.

the job of assigning an ID to a div is to uniquely identify the element on the page.

now, it can _also_ be used to apply style to the element, but just because an element is identified, does not necessarily mean a css rule needs to be created for it.

the css applied by security assist is for positioning the forms elements within the form.

what specifically are you to trying to change? chances are it can be done with the existing css that is place.

if you provide more information on what you are trying to accomplish, and a link to your page, I can probably help you, but i don't believe your disappointment is warranted.

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