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Making the new module look nice!

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  1. TIOS
    TIOS avatar
    48 posts
    22 Mar 2006
    23 Feb 2009
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    Just using sitefinity's new 3.6 module framework to build some more more modules, have to say it's such a pleasure to build modules in the new framework (compared to the last version!).

    I've built the modules now I want to add the telerik generic look and feel to them. i.e. nice add buttons, big text boxes etc.

    I've checked some old code and found theres Css classes but cant seem to make them look nice:

    For example:
    <asp:HyperLink id="addNewAuction" runat="server" Text="Add new auction" CssClass="CmsButLeft new" Width="100px"></asp:HyperLink>

    Also <asp:text boxes I want to give them the telerik look and feel to what the Events module has etc......


  2. Slavo
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    295 posts
    24 Sep 2012
    23 Feb 2009
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    Hello Chris Bond,

    The easiest way to get that "Sitefinity look-and-feel" would be to compare your templates to the ones of the existing Sitefinity modules. There is no set procedure on that but you can take a look at the markup and css and adjust yours accordingly. The common styles for all Sitefinity modules are located in ~/Sitefinity/Admin/Themes/Default/Modules.css. There might be some things specific for a certain module, but mostly what you need is there or in one of the files in that folder.

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