I've got a styling question on my hands. Using sensenet, a platform for ASP.net functionality, forms are done with not only sensenet language, but also ASP.net language as well.
I'm having a problem making the ASP:TextBox feature look like the bootstrap input box. I've called the bootstrap css file, tried changing the class for the ASP:TextBox code, but nothing works aside from just using the html tag of
<input class="text input-sm">
Here's the code I have so far:
<asp:TextBox CssClass="text input-sm" ID="InnerControl" placeholder="Middle Name" runat="server"></asp:TextBox>
.. and the css is being incoporated here:
<sn:CssRequest CSSPath="$skin/styles/Projectname/bootstrap.min.css" ID="pageTemplateUIStyleReq1" runat="server" />
Is there anyway to make the ASP:TextBox to look like the bootstrap input box but also function the way it's meant to function through ASP language?
Attached are images of the before and after-sought effects:
what I have now:
what I'm looking to attain: