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  • in reply to: DispForm.aspx Field Names #6256

    Sonoma
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    This works great on most everything. I do have a few stubborn fields but will eventually figure it out.
    I had to recreate a few.

    Now to attempt to get my borders lined up again. I am test in 3 browsers (IE9/10, FF and Chrome). My table borders are lined up on one but not the others or vice versa. Horizontal is good but verticals are shifted either right or left depending on the border. May give up and use

    <HR>

    🙂
    Thank you so much.

  • in reply to: Headers and pre columns #6230

    Sonoma
    Participant

    Yet again, nice solution. Thank you.

  • in reply to: Adding table borders #6225

    Sonoma
    Participant

    Perfect. That works. Thank you.

    
    
    #sbs_Field_PN1DATE, #sbs_Field_PN2DATE, #sbs_Field_PN3DATE{
    border-left:2px  solid;
    border-right:2px  solid;
    border-top:2px  solid;
    }
    
    #sbs_Field_TIPN1DATE, #sbs_Field_TIPN2DATE, #sbs_Field_TIPN3DATE{ 
    border-right:2px  solid;
    border-top:2px  solid; 
    }...
  • in reply to: Headers and pre columns #6205

    Sonoma
    Participant

    I kind of found a work around but I feel it is cheesy.
    I created new fields in SP (lblDisplay1,lblDislblBlank2,lblBlank3,lbbDisplayText1, etc) and hide them with jquery. Alignment can be cumbersome but it works.
    Is this the way or is there a better/preferred way?

    Sample code I put in Misc

    $('input[title=lblBlank1]').parent().parent().parent().hide();

    Thank you.

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