09 Feb 2012
15 Apr 2013
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Can someone point me to a list of the various advanced properties for each type of control? I know a lot of them come from standard .NET controls, but many seemingly do not.
My current problem: All I'm trying to do is style the validator error messages for a form textbox. It seems like this should be a simple issue, but I'm pulling my hair out.
In the advanced properties for my textbox control, I see the following possibilities:
ErrorMessageControl -> CssClass (if this is it, does "Enabled" also need to be set to "true"?)
ValidatorDefinition -> MessageCssClass
I've tried setting all three to the class name I've got defined in my CSS, but to no avail.
The Sitefinity documentation only mentions the following:
"For more information about what each property means and what to enter in the input fields, see CompositeControl Properties on Microsoft Developer Network."
... which is all well and good, but I can find none of these properties at that link.
Anyone with ideas?