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[Gelöst] Frame fitting text box's size

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Last updated by Oniromancer vor 7 Jahre, 3 Monate.

Assigned support staff: Shane.

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#333674

I am trying to:
Have a png frame that will adapt to the size of a text box (via CSS fix the repeat value of the bottom and top while repeating the sides frame.)
How do I set this done with Views.
Best

#333700

Shane
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Languages: Englisch (English )

Timezone: America/Jamaica (GMT-05:00)

Hello,

Thank you for contacting our support forum.

Our views loop output allows you add html classes to any html tag that you generate.

So you should be able to just add the css class to the html tags that are in your view loop output.

Thanks,
Shane

#337059

Hi

can you please be more specific about that?

thanks

#337605

Shane
Supporter

Languages: Englisch (English )

Timezone: America/Jamaica (GMT-05:00)

Hello,

Do you have any html code setup to do this ?

If so then you can provide it to me and I can explain to you how it is done in view.

But to be a bit more specific our Views plugin can handle html and css.

Meaning in the loop output you can add this.

<div class= "my-container">
<p>Some Text</p>
</div>

Then in the css editor you can add.

.my-container{
background-color: red;
}

This will allow the my-container div to have a background color of red.

Please let me know if this was able to help you.

Thanks,
Shane

#337663

Hi Shane, ok I got it.
I see there is a JS space, is it possible to create accordions, tabs, etc in this way?
Also is there a library of precoded stuff for the most common things here, like in the loop wizards I see a grid for example.
thanks