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How to specify multiple styles using sclass attribute?

asked 2009-09-10 13:08:17 +0800

baskaraninfo gravatar image baskaraninfo
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Example code:

<zk>
	<style>
		.mybandbox .z-bandbox .z-bandbox-inp {
		background: #F0F } .mycombobox .z-combobox .z-combobox-inp {
		background: #F0F }
	</style>
	<window title="Style Demo" border="normal">
		<grid id="receiptsGrid" sclass="mybandbox">
			<columns>
				<column label="" />
				<column label="" />
			</columns>
			<rows>
				<row>
					<bandbox buttonVisible="false">
						<bandpopup></bandpopup>
					</bandbox>
					<combobox buttonVisible="false">
						<comboitem label="" />
						<comboitem label="" />
					</combobox>
				</row>
				<row>
					<bandbox buttonVisible="false">
						<bandpopup></bandpopup>
					</bandbox>
					<combobox buttonVisible="false">
						<comboitem label="" />
						<comboitem label="" />
					</combobox>
				</row>
			</rows>
		</grid>
	</window>
</zk>

I have declared two styles, one for bandbox and the other for combobox.
But, in the grid how can I specify both in sclass attribute?

Otherwise, can I have two sets under a single style name?

I tried as below, but it doesn't works for me:

<style>
		.mybandbox .z-bandbox .z-bandbox-inp .z-combobox .z-combobox-inp {
		background: #F0F }
	</style>

Note: I know that, I can individually specify the sclass to individual components in the grid. But, I want to check whether there is any other efficient way of doing the same.

Thanks.

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answered 2009-09-10 13:11:24 +0800

comanche gravatar image comanche
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Dear baskaraninfo,

You can specify multiple classes, separating them with whitespaces: <tag sclass="class1 class2" />

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answered 2009-09-10 13:11:32 +0800

baskaraninfo gravatar image baskaraninfo
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updated 2009-09-10 13:28:31 +0800

I have achieve this by setting the style as default as shown below:

<style>
		.z-bandbox .z-bandbox-inp {
		background: #F0F } .z-combobox .z-combobox-inp {
		background: #F0F }
	</style>

But, I have bandbox and combobox outside the grid, which should not be affected by my custom style.

Thanks.

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answered 2009-09-10 13:13:15 +0800

baskaraninfo gravatar image baskaraninfo
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Thank you, comanche :)

That's the thing am exactly looking for.

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answered 2009-09-10 13:15:26 +0800

comanche gravatar image comanche
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In your case, both z-combobox and z-bandbox have the same parent - .mybandbox.

A style for bandbox is specified correctly. For combobox it should look like:

.mybandbox .z-combobox .z-combobox-inp ...

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answered 2009-09-10 13:27:29 +0800

baskaraninfo gravatar image baskaraninfo
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updated 2009-09-10 13:29:49 +0800

I have solved by referring two styles divided by space as you mentioned.

Sorry, I posted without removing the style names.
I have updated my previous post.

Thank you.

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