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422422 Developer MVP
edited December 2011 in Vanilla 2.0 - 2.8

I note from src code, that you wrap input and button in blank div.

Like:

<div>
<input id="Form_Search" class="InputBox" type="text" placeholder="Search Forums" value="hello" name="Search" data-default="100" style="display: inline-block; width: 100px;">
<input id="Form_Go" class="Button" type="submit" value="Go">
</div>

Could you point me to the right area to change this, so that we may add class/id.

The reason is, we are re doing search ( top header menu ) and search for the search page. But if we change styling for eitehr they have an effect on other.

For now, we can only change style using body id, like:
#vanilla_discussions_index .Search div

And

#dashboard_search_index .Search div

Unfortunately this isnt enough to safely style both independantly of each other. So all I need to know, is where the hook for <div> is that wraps input elements, within form.

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    ToddTodd Chief Product Officer Vanilla Staff
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    The form object is what puts that naked div in every form which is a legacy thing and difficult to change at this point. I think your fix is perfectly adequate.

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    422422 Developer MVP

    Managed to fluff a fix, by using:
    #vanilla_discussions_index .Search div, #dashboard_search_index .Search div

    Not sure this is very elegant

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    ToddTodd Chief Product Officer Vanilla Staff
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    The form object is what puts that naked div in every form which is a legacy thing and difficult to change at this point. I think your fix is perfectly adequate.

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    422422 Developer MVP

    Apologies for all the questions @Todd I dont wish to be a pain in the ass. Still learning Vanilla, and eager. Cheers for the reply, and we will go with the code I did.

    Ste

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    candymancandyman ✭✭
    edited December 2011

    422 said:
    Apologies for all the questions @Todd I dont wish to be a pain in the ass.

    Don't worry, compared to me you're an absolute beginner... ;)

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    ToddTodd Chief Product Officer Vanilla Staff

    No worries, both of you :)

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