Better user friendly configuration views

8 years 2 months ago #30339 by Rehne
Hi,

Just a suggestion, and not important:

in some cases, the configuration views look horrible
(see attached images)

this is especially
the text are different long depending on the language
Therefore, it would be probably better in some case to use type="list" for field (in xml) instead of type="radio" or to format them (radio) so that after each breaks the line ????

Regards

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8 years 2 months ago #30341 by ggppdk
Yes it has crossed my mind quite a few times,

To be able to view all parameter options in a single glance without clicking is very beneficial, but it breaks the "layout" appearance when they do not fit, and it is ugly.

i think it is better to greatly enlarge the parameter holder instead of using lists


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8 years 2 months ago #30349 by Rehne

ggppdk wrote: Yes it has crossed my mind quite a few times,

To be able to view all parameter options in a single glance without clicking is very beneficial, but it breaks the "layout" appearance when they do not fit, and it is ugly.

i think it is better to greatly enlarge the parameter holder instead of using lists


Hi,

maybe you can do it with this code (e.g for examble in the scrennshot "FC examble avoid break-wrapping_02.png" )
placing the input field inside the label
an style the label with display:inline-block; float:left; ... or per class and css rule
<li>
<label title="" class="hasTip" for="jform_useitemparams_fe" id="jform_useitemparams_fe-lbl">Beitragseinstellungen benutzen</label>				
<fieldset style="border-width:0px;" class="radio" id="jform_useitemparams_fe">
<label for="jform_useitemparams_fe0" style="display:inline-block; float:left;">
<input type="checkbox" value="basic" name="jform[useitemparams_fe][]" id="jform_useitemparams_fe0">
grundlegende Beitrags-Einstellungen</label>
<label for="jform_useitemparams_fe1" style="display:inline-block; float:left;">
<input type="checkbox" value="advanced" name="jform[useitemparams_fe][]" id="jform_useitemparams_fe1">
erweiterte Beitrags-Einstellungen</label>
<label for="jform_useitemparams_fe2" style="display:inline-block; float:left;">
<input type="checkbox" value="seoconf" name="jform[useitemparams_fe][]" id="jform_useitemparams_fe2">
SEO Konfiguration</label> 
<input type="hidden" value="__SAVED__" name="jform[useitemparams_fe][]" id="jform_useitemparams_fe9999"> 
</fieldset>				
</li>

Regards

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8 years 2 months ago #30361 by ggppdk
if i remember correctly i had not done this for some reason ,

mmm, parameters used in 2 different layouts ??

i will recheck it


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