Customising HTML Output

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I would like to know if its possible for me to customise the HTML output for the form. I need fine control over the HTML output.

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Nish

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yes, you will want to create a custom override.

1) Copy /packages/proforms/blocks/proforms_display/view.php,view.js,&view.css over to /blocks/proforms/proforms_display/ (you will need to create the folders if they do not exist)

2) Copy /packages/proforms/elements/attribute/attribute_form.php over to /elements/attribute/

3) style/design the copied elements file as desired.

4) in your copied display view, change line 38 to:
Loader::element('attribute/attribute_form',array('ak'=>$ak,'bt'=>$bt,'value'=>$value,'review'=>$review));


This is considered 'non-destructive' and will not break when updating the addon.

Hope this helps.

ChadStrat

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