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  1. If you're looking to do an elaborate a page builder with ProcessWire and don't want to pull your hair out, I highly recommended viewing this video: A couple notes: with the css grid specification, you can assign multiple blocks to the same grid-area but they will overlap each other. I've "overcome" this by combining multiple blocks into a parent div and assigning that instead. pretty easy to do. i didn't demonstrate it, if your blocks have a grid structure within them (like built with flexbox), you can still assign that block to a grid-area. so if your blocks themselves have a grid structure, that's ok. for example, if your css grid layout is 6 columns, but you have a block that has a grid inside of it (built with like uikit's grid that's 5 columns), you can assign that block to the grid-area. with the css grid specification, the flow of the blocks does not have to match the flow of the grid-areas. this is insanely powerful. Enjoy.
  2. Hey all, I'm brand new to processwire and have already fallen in love with it. Currently I'm building my first website with it and I need a way to style the form builder generated forms with CSS. I know it's possible to style them with the jQuery UI themeroller, but I need more direct control. I've looked through all the CSS files I thought could be related with the form, but I can't find how to add my custom styles via CSS. (I can't access the markup directly to do a hackathon because the forms are embedded via iframe.) Thanks in advance, Nick
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