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I want my fieldset to be better organized. Just like to divided a form into two column in a table...
Thanks for your help~
18 Jun 2007 10:18 AM
Currently I'm working with a System that user will input the company info. into a database, by which each company has their SN.
My input form is created so nicely with Ext, and with the help of...
18 Jun 2007 9:24 AM
You are my Hero!!
I've been scratching my head this whole morning, assumed that the form has to be rendered after putting the label elements!
17 Jun 2007 10:38 PM
I've problem following your solution, here is my code:
I've a NumberField for USD, and I want to place the USD label after the input box, such that it would looks like: _________USD
Thank you for your suggestion! :D
But I found it unsuccessful if I want to put the column inside a fieldset. Is there any other method to have multiple column in a fieldset?
Thank you very much~ :D
Your script helped me a lot!
14 Jun 2007 4:45 AM
Other than the method above, any other to hide all the label, semicolon and the textfield?
What I looking for is
1. the way to put multi-column within a fieldset, and I will have stacked fieldsets
2. the ability to put 2 related input field side by side.
Can anybody give me some...
I'm a newbie to AJAX and Ext, attracted by the power of AJAX, I've decided to learn and transform a developing system using Ext~
I've read some example, and started to write my script....
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