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    Default Tip: overriding CSS when embedding Ext JS in content managers

    Tip: overriding CSS when embedding Ext JS in content managers


    Hi all!

    I am developing an Ext JS application as a Joomla component. The Joomla template I am using employs a background-image rule to display bullets for unordered lists, which is a rather common solution to get the same aspect in different browsers and platforms. However, this has the side-effect of making this bullet image appear behind items in Ext JS ComboBox widgets.

    The trivial solution is adding somewhere appropriate the following CSS rule:

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    .x-boundlist-item { background-image: none; }
    Hope this saves someone the time I spent tracking it down, and long live FireBug!

    Cheers!

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    Thank your for the info.

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    Scott.

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