Styling a Form with CSS Module
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Ed JohnsonEd Johnson wrote on 22 Mar 2010 16:25

As I continue to work with form styling, I discovered that you can't use [[module css]] on the form _template page if you want to apply the styling to a new page. This is obviously a result of the page not actually existing until is is saved. Once saved, the module's styling works fine. It will be great if the autosave wish is implemented to get around this issue.

Has there been any discussion or a design written up for autosave? The only references I find are the wish with no comments and James' mention of it here.

Until then, if you want CSS styling to work on a data form when creating a new page, be sure to put the CSS in your main custom CSS code.


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