[Seaside] textInput callback is not used

Lukas Renggli renggli at gmail.com
Tue Feb 10 12:27:08 UTC 2009

> An HTML form isn't actually a visual element -- it just logically groups all
> of the form elements (radio buttons, drop downs, check boxes, input fields,
> etc) so that they can be submitted as one set of data.  As far as I
> remember, and it's been a while since I've played with HTML, you can't
> actually assign styling (e.g. background colours, borders, etc) to a form.
>  But, if the "contents" of the form is bigger than the viewing window, then
> yes, you will get scroll bars.

All HTML DOM nodes are equal. You can style a FORM element the exact
way you style a DIV. Use CSS to set background color, change borders,
select fonts, define scrolling behavior, etc.


Lukas Renggli

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