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Question about the default custom CSS on Nintex Form for O365

  • 15 March 2016
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I am studying the default custom CSS code that exists in a new form and I had a question about the first section of the code.

On line 2 below, there are two .nf-filler-control-inner classes. Why?

/* Template styles */

.nf-form-input .nf-filler-control-inner, .nf-form-label .nf-filler-control-inner

{

top: 10px;

bottom: 10px;

left: 10px;

right: 10px;

}

Thanks

Dean

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Best answer by francois 17 March 2016, 13:10

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Each ".nf-filler-control-inner" is a complement of ".nf-form-input" and ".nf-form-label" (cascading).

Objective is to have a similar position for input object and label object.

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