[html-formfu] Class names

Alan Hicks ahicks at p-o.co.uk
Thu Jun 7 10:24:58 GMT 2007

Andreas Marienborg wrote:
> Alan Hicks wrote:
>> Carl Franks wrote:
>>> On 06/06/07, Alan Hicks <ahicks at p-o.co.uk> wrote:
>>>> Is there a reason why class names have spaces?  In the vertically
>>>> aligned example, the first Text element has a class "text label" which
>>>> appears to go against http://www.w3.org/TR/REC-CSS2/ which only allows
>>>> [A-Za-z0-9] plus the hyphen (-)
>>> They're multiple class names, separated by spaces.
>> Can multiple names be configured to be joined with something else 
>> instead of a space for example an underscore?
> The way you specify multiple css-classes is with spaces. You cannot use 
> anything else to specify that an element has multiple classes.
> If you could tell us the problem you are trying to solve, it might be 
> easier to understand and help :)
> - andreas

I've not used multiple class names in a single name tag before so it 
appeared confusing, now I understand and have tested I feel more 
comfortable with it.

After only a few days FormFu appears to help me to do much of what I 
have been doing only easier and more integrated.  Still lots to learn.

Thanks for the pointers,

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