Changes between Initial Version and Version 1 of Ticket #7315


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Timestamp:
Jul 29, 2008, 6:54:01 PM (11 years ago)
Author:
bill
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Hmm, yah, it's a problem with specifying a class to the TabContainer widget, because the specified class is overriding the default class and thus certain CSS rules aren't taking effect (in particular .dijitTabContainerTop-tabs { ... }).

I'll think about this issue some before responding further.

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  • Ticket #7315

    • Property Summary changed from TabContainer does not format properly when placed in a clean page. to TabContainer: does not format properly when class specified
  • Ticket #7315 – Description

    initial v1  
    1 When using only a TabContainer and ContentPanes the tabs stack. A [http://ktiedt.dojotoolkit.org/slick.html live example] is at http://ktiedt.dojotoolkit.org/slick.html (thanks to tk). This is actually code from the newly released book Mastering Dojo. Using 1.1.1 this page works as expected. But with the latest builds it breaks.
     1When using only a !TabContainer and !ContentPanes the tabs stack. A [http://ktiedt.dojotoolkit.org/slick.html live example] is at http://ktiedt.dojotoolkit.org/slick.html (thanks to tk). This is actually code from the newly released book Mastering Dojo. Using 1.1.1 this page works as expected. But with the latest builds it breaks.