Add a CSS Class to an eForm Control

To add a CSS class to an eForm control, do the procedure in this topic.

Figure: Appearance tab

Appearance tab

Video: Use Custom CSS with eForms

Video: Common Configuration Settings in eForm Controls

Examples

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Prerequisites

How to Start

  1. On the Application Explorer screen, do one of these:
  2. Do one of these:
    • Add a control:
      1. On the eForm Builder screen, in the Toolbox, open one of these tabs.
        • Common Controls Common Controls icon
        • Advanced Controls Advanced Controls icon
        • Telerik Controls Telerik Controls icon
      2. On the tab, drag any form form control onto your eForm.
    • Change a control:
      1. On your eForm, put your cursor over the form control, and click the Edit Properties icon.
  3. On the configuration window for your control, click the Appearance tab.

Procedure

  1. On the Appearance tab, complete these fields as necessary.
    Field Name Definition

    Container CSS Class

    Function:
    Specifies a CSS class for the container of your control.
    Accepted Values:
    A valid CSS class.
    Default Value:
    None

    If you specify your CSS CSS icon on the top menu, the CSS is populated.

    Example:
    Refer to:

    Field CSS Class

    Function:
    Specifies a CSS class for the field in your control.
    Accepted Values:
    A valid CSS class.
    Default Value:
    None

    If you specify your CSS CSS icon on the top menu, the CSS is populated.

    Example:
    Refer to:

    Label CSS Class

    Function:
    Specifies a CSS class for the label of your control.
    Accepted Values:
    A valid CSS class.
    Default Value:
    None

    If you specify your CSS CSS icon on the top menu, the CSS is populated.

    Example:
    Refer to: