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5/14/2014 8:19 PM
Anyone have any pointers on how to get the date, time, or date & time fields to line up properly?  All fields are in a row except date separately and time separately, and they kick out to the right of all other fields significantly making it look not good...   Everything I try using the css formatting option on the fields is ignored.  Not sure what I'm doing wrong or how to get it to align properly.   Anyone else have this issue and know a quick fix?  thx.  Mike.
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5/15/2014 12:19 PM
Your question isn't really clear. Do you have an accessible page that shows the "problem"?
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5/16/2014 12:36 PM

Sure.  Probably should have placed a link example to begin with.  Here is the dev url on the project and page in question:

Note the date and time fields kick out to the right of the rest of the form.  No matter what I try to do I cannot get it to line up all in a consistent line or format.  If I place the date & time field where they are combined it does the same thing.  

Any suggestions on how to resolve?  When I place anything in the css formatting for width it doesn't change it. 


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5/16/2014 3:56 PM

Have you resolved that yet, Mike?

If not here's one example how to achieve the required result:

1. Modify and/or add to your portal's default.css file in line 1206 below values:

.dnnLabel {
    position: absolute !important;
    top: -15px;
    width: auto;

2. Add below class to the portal's default.css file (or skin.css or module.css file according to DNN styling priority rules depending on your needs):

.RadPicker table.rcTable td {
    padding: 20px 0 !important;

3. Tweak the values in a browser's developer tools (e.g. Firebug in FF) to your liking and then apply them to the css file(s).

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5/19/2014 12:15 PM
thanks Greg!  that's what I needed. Appreciate it!
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