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Panel GroupingText

Posted on 2007-04-04
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Hi Experts,
does anybody how to modify the style of a panel's GroupingText property e.g. font size or color of the border?
Thanks, Ingmar
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by:DreamMaster
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You could set the stylesheets for your label right? I'm not sure if you can fully alter it though.

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Max.
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by:softwarea
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Hi Max,
what label are you talking of?

The standard ASP.NET panel has a property called "GroupingText". This property is of type string. If you set a value to this property a border and a caption will be added to the panel. I'm looking for a way to modify the style of this caption because it always appears in blue color, but I want it in black.

Yes, Stylesheet would be nice, but I don't know which property to use...

Thanks, Ingmar
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by:DreamMaster
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I don't use this groupingtext myself, but as far as I know, it generates a label, so that label should logically be changeable...

I will look into it if you require more help, but I'm unfortunately quite busy and cannot find the time to do this for you right now...

Regards,
Max.
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by:softwarea
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Thank you very much Max,
that would be very nice. And it's not that urgent. I just need a solution for the problem within the next two weeks.

By the way: Looking in the HTML code a Panel with "GroupingText" is rendered like that (maybe it helps):
<div...>
  <fieldset>
    <legend>
      My Caption
    </legend>
   ....Content of the panel
   </fieldset>
</div>

So, if you find a way on how to assign a style to the <legend> tag that would be great.

Thanks so much!
Ingmar
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DreamMaster earned 500 total points
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hmm...this should work:

legend { color: #000000; }

If that doesn't work, use the name of the div in front...

#divname legend { color: #000000; }

Regards,
Max.
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by:softwarea
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Perfect Max!

The second suggestion  (#divname legend { color: #000000; } ) is working!!!

Thanks so much for your fast help.
Ingmar
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by:DreamMaster
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You are very welcome :)

Regards,
Max.
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