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    Default Spacing between Tabs

    Spacing between Tabs


    Is there a way to increase the space (width) between tabs. I have tabs in my application like Tab1 and Tab2. I want the space between the tabs to be increased. They seem to be very close to each other.

    any ideas?

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    Try some CSS based upon the structure you see in Firebug.

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    Default CSS involved in my 2 tabs

    CSS involved in my 2 tabs


    <ul id="ext-gen26" class="x-tab-strip x-tab-strip-top">
    <li id="ext-comp-1008__tab1" class="x-tab-strip-active">
    <a class="x-tab-strip-close" onclick="return false;"/>
    <a class="x-tab-right" onclick="return false;" href="#">
    <em class="x-tab-left">
    <span class="x-tab-strip-inner">
    <span class="x-tab-strip-text">CID NAME CHG</span>
    </span>
    </em>
    </a>
    </li>
    <li id="ext-comp-1008__tab2" class="" style="">
    <a class="x-tab-strip-close" onclick="return false;"/>
    <a class="x-tab-right" onclick="return false;" href="#">
    <em class="x-tab-left">
    <span class="x-tab-strip-inner">
    <span class="x-tab-strip-text">CMR MOVE</span>
    </span>
    </em>
    </a>
    </li>
    <li id="ext-gen27" class="x-tab-edge"/>
    <div id="ext-gen28" class="x-clear"/>
    </ul>

    Could you please help me which of this css class I have to fix to get more spacing between the two tabs?

    I have two tabs with the text CID NAME CHG and CMR MOVE and I need more spaces netween the two tabs.

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    So, more margin-right on <li> elements which are contained in a <ul> which has the class "x-tab-strip"?

    Add a rule to your stylesheet.

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    No luck with CSS fix


    I did not have any luck in figuring out as how to change the CSS to get more spacing between the tabs. Please if any one know the solution, can you share the code?

    Thanks in advance

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    Try:
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    ul.x-tab-strip li {margin-right: 10px;}
    (which is what Animal said!)

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    Default Really thankful - it worked

    Really thankful - it worked


    Thanks again. this solution really worked

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