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From "Stefax (JIRA)" <>
Subject [jira] Commented: (CLK-595) Can't apply to TextField label the same style as the one assigned to the Control
Date Thu, 12 Nov 2009 10:04:39 GMT


Stefax commented on CLK-595:

Styling margin is something usual and would be nice that the label associated to a field inherit
that settings.
I think that would be useful if the field itself can set the style of its label with a method
like setLabelStyle as the one of the form.
Thinking that all the label in the form must have the same style (form.setLabelStyle()) is
a questionable choice, not convenient for web programming.
I like click framework and I find it very easy to use, so I hope that we can find a solution
convenient for the users and the developers.

> Can't apply to TextField label the same style as the one assigned to the Control
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CLK-595
>                 URL:
>             Project: Click
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: core
>    Affects Versions: 2.1.0 RC1
>         Environment: tomcat on linux
>            Reporter: Stefax
> I need to set the same margin-bottom to the TextFiled and its label, but when I call
the method setStyle("margin-bottom", "20px") of the TextField, it does not set the same margin/style
to its label; for the java code:
> TextField cld = new TextField("cld", "My Text Field: ");
>  cld.setSize(20);
> cld.setRequired(false);
> cld.setStyle("margin-bottom", "20px");            
> form.add(cld);
> the resultant html code (generated putting $form in the html) is:
> <td class="fields" align="left"><label for="form_cld">My Text Field: </label>&#160;</td>
> <td align="left"><input type="text" name="cld" id="form_cld" value="" size="20"
> As you can see the style is applied to the intput text, but not to its label.
> This generate a very ugly page, where all the label are rendered not near the fields
they refer to.

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