[Dojo-interest] Set CSS class
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Mon Dec 17 15:46:37 UTC 2007
"class" and "style" are not real attributes, which is why you can't set them
that way in IE. To set the class on a node, do this:
for style text:
Daniel Carrera-2 wrote:
> Sigh... Some times IE makes me want to cry. I've been trying to get the
> stupid thing to work for hours. The IE debugger *says* that the object
> has the class "Foo", but visually it doesn't have any of the attributes
> of the class (background, text-alignment, box size) and the result is
> quite unusable (because the box is tiny and it's supposed to be big).
> I don't know what to do anymore. IE only seems to read the CSS when it's
> not a class that was added later by me. And I really really can't
> refactor the CSS in a way that doesn't require assigning a class to the
> div in question.
> I was hoping that Dojo's addClass function would work because Dojo
> widgets don't seem to have this problem. But it didn't help. :-(
> I'll come back to this tomorrow.
> Thanks for the help.
> Dustin Machi wrote:
>> Daniel wrote:
>>> I'm having trouble with Internet Explorer. It doesn't like this
>>> domObj.setAttribute("class", "Foo");
>>> I believe that there is a dojo method to assign a class to an DOM
>>> object, but I've been looking all over for it and can't find it. Could
>>> someone tell me how to assign a class to an object? On Google I found
>>> 'dojo.html.setClass' but apparently that doesn't exist anymore.
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