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Applying class on a dojo widget

Arun Kumar
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Joined: Jan 21, 2005
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We are having hard time in cutomizing DOJo widgets to the look and feel required by our screen. we are able to use DOJO widgets with default themes like claro, tundra etc .but if we try to apply our own style it dosent have any effect on the element
CSS Class


DOJO element


Here class tb2 is completely ignored any idea?
Keith Wood
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Joined: Aug 28, 2012
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Maybe the styling is overridden by other more specific rules. Can you provide the URL of a page that demonstrates the problem?

BTW, you might want to change 'Class' to 'class' just to be sure.


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