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    Question Unanswered: loosing div elements appended using domhelper

    Unanswered: loosing div elements appended using domhelper


    I am adding html fine as I can see the elements in the dom tree. But divs which have valid classes seem to dissapear until I remove the classes from the divs.

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    Ext.DomHelper.append('euaglo','<div class="clr" >This Div Shows</div><div class="sell-light marketBttn">Amazing Dissapearing Div</div>');
    the second div dissapears unless I remove the style the style is existing and is a gradient background with rounded corners.

    Maybe I need to reapply the style in some way - but why does the first div show ?

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    DomHelper shouldn't know about what CSS rules belong to a CSS class.
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