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Hi, I am trying to style the comments form (and comments list) to match the rest of the site. I know that it's possible to edit the CSS file for the comments module, but I would rather add my existing classes to the fields, instead of making another css file containing the same CSS styling. I use the following to render the form: $page->comments->renderForm(); Is there an easy way to add the CSS classed to the fields? //Jasper
Dear all, I have the following situation: There's a template with a PageTable field. All the PageTable elements may have different templates - let's call them element templates. These element templates use specific stylings and scripts. E.g., one element contains a contact form (built with FormBuilder) that needs form-specific CSS and JS. The page elements are not direct children of the page. They're attached to a separate page that serves as an element container. But that's just an aside. I general, when it comes to rendering my pages, I am following the "delayed output" strategy suggested by Ryan. Now my question is this: When I render the (main) page with all its PageTable elements (with possibly different templates), how do I include all the elements and their templates in the rendering strategy? Of course, in my (main) page template I could simply iterate over the elements and render them. However, at the time of rendering these elements, I haven't included their custom styling and script requirements yet. I should somehow do that before so that such specific stylings etc. can be included in the <head> section of the generated output. I hope you understand what I am trying to convey. I just want to do it the beautiful way, or the PW way Any suggestions are appreciated.