karlp at tweak.net.au
Fri Oct 22 02:54:15 PDT 2021
Paul D <newtwen at gmail.com> wrote:
> If I use js e.g. :
> o = ss.option(form.TextValue, 'blah', _('blah'), _('blah.'));
> o.optional = true; o.monospace = true;
> And add either:
> o.width = "500px";
> o.width = "60ch";
> I do not get the desired effect. Is this normal?
> Here (
> https://openwrt.github.io/luci/jsapi/LuCI.form.TextValue.html )
> it says about width:
> When the property is set to a string value, it is applied as-is
> to the CSS width property.
> This property has no effect on options that are not children of
> grid or table section elements.
> How does one know that it's a child of said element? ( Is it
> talking about HTML elements? Or LUCI? Also, which 'options'? )
I can answer this at least. If you are in a
s = m.section(form.GridSection, 'blah, _('blah blah'));
s = m.section(form.TableSection.....
You will be able to use the width property. Otherwise, no affect.
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