if you want to change the way a helper works, just extend it or make
your own, that way you can use whatever framework you want
On Oct 5, 4:12 pm, jwerd <lamerh...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> it's not totally indepednent of my framework when my framework is
> still spitting out helper code that doesn't follow the hierchy of the
> css document. a good example is using uni-form with cake spitting out
> a checkbox field. it doesn't even come close to the way uni-form lays
> out the checkbox to be styled or picked up by the style.
> thanks for your comment though. i knew about blueprint already, but
> looking for something that styles forms really... i guess ill have to
> roll my own
> On Oct 5, 12:34 pm, euromark <dereurom...@xxxxxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > what you need ishttp://www.yaml.de/
> > orhttp://www.blueprintcss.org/
> > simply google it: "css framework"
> > its totally indpendent from your php framework
> > On 5 Okt., 20:10, "j.blotus" <j.blo...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > There are no fully integrated css frameworks. Any framework you want
> > > to use would have to be included, but it isn't really very difficult
> > > to do.
> > > On Oct 5, 12:27 pm, jwerd <lamerh...@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> > > > Don't get me wrong, the scaffolding is quite nice, but I'm not very
> > > > good at laying out my style sheets so I'm wondering if there are any
> > > > fully integrated css frameworks that make functional, beautiful forms
> > > > for CakePHP that are fully integrated? I see Uniform is not, but
> > > > maybe others have found some that are?
> > > > Thanks in advance!
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