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Right fieldset border in DA created forms missing

Thread began 8/17/2015 4:41 pm by jurinski334466 | Last modified 8/18/2015 8:41 pm by Ray Borduin | 303 views | 4 replies |

jurinski334466

Right fieldset border in DA created forms missing

I'm having trouble finding the css that controls the right fieldset border on forms created by DA (newest version). The DA form's right fieldset border doesn't exist or isn't visible on the page. I used to find page specific DA css on the page itself to make changes, but the world has moved on and the css isn't there anymore. I tried using Firebug, but didn't get anywhere with that. Can you please tell me where to look to find the css to make the changes I need to make? I attached a photo of the problem.

Also, I can't find the css to move the validation error bubbles from the left to the right side of text boxes. Thanks!

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

Can you provide a url where I can view the problem? That would allow me to debug the issues you are experiencing and provide assistance.

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jurinski334466

Unfortunately, I can't. I'm just working on my local testing server right now and on vacation (hahahaha!). I'm having trouble with both the pages created by Security Assist and Data Assist. I have a one column and a 2 colHybridLeftSidebarHeaderFooter with Full Width Header Design. Some of the forms will fit on the one col page and none of them fit on the two col page. I assume it's something simple somewhere, but nothing I've played with so far has corrected the problem. I tried adjusting the form widths and adding fieldset border rules, but I don't seem to be accessing the css that makes a difference. I am sending some of the files if that will help. Thank you for looking at this.

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Ray BorduinWebAssist

This is because you have an
#outerWrapper class defined with width: 800px (screen.css line 94),
and your contentWrapper has a right margin of 180px (screen.css line 124)

That means you only have 620px left over for the form, and your form is set to 760px (/webassist/forms/fd_basic_default.css line 22)

You also have a class fullColumnGroup used inside the form that won't fit (fd_basic_default.css line 22)

Try updating the form to 610px and set the fullColumnGroup width to 580px

It looks like you have been playing around trying to fix this and added code to screen.css line 143 trying to set the right border of the fieldset... remove that.

That should get your page displaying the way you need it to.

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jurinski334466

Thank you! That helped a lot! The pages are all working now. Thanks for pointing out the math wasn't adding up (which makes sense in hindsight). I had played around with some of the values you mentioned, but wasn't hitting on the right number combination. I greatly appreciate your help!

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