Lose CSS when unsharing content block

Posted by Community Admin on 04-Aug-2018 14:23

Lose CSS when unsharing content block

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Posted by Community Admin on 31-Aug-2011 00:00
Hi

When unsharing a content block the associated css class is lost and it reverts back to sfContentBlock class. Is this a bug or by intent? I was hoping it would keep it until manually changed.

Thanks

Cheers
Richard
Posted by Community Admin on 03-Sep-2011 00:00
Hi Richard Cross,

Could you explain where do you set the CSS class for a Content Block. I suppose reseting the CSS class is by design.

Best wishes,
Lubomir Velkov
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Posted by Community Admin on 03-Sep-2011 00:00
Hi Lubomir

Here screencast.com/.../LdLAr7w5uWW

Thanks

Cheers
Richard
Posted by Community Admin on 07-Sep-2011 00:00
Hi Richard Cross,

I tried to reproduce your issue but it seems to work ok. I set the CssClass of a shared content block to sfNone, then I unshared it and it was still sfNone. Are you sure it is not happening on some other actions?

Kind regards,
Lubomir Velkov
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Posted by Community Admin on 07-Sep-2011 00:00
Hi Lubomir

What about if you call in a shared content block with the css set on, and then unshare it?

Cheers
Richard
Posted by Community Admin on 08-Sep-2011 00:00
Hi Richard Cross,

I still can't reproduce it. Could you describe in more details - step by step - how you achieve this?

All the best,
Lubomir Velkov
the Telerik team

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