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Contour puts in an id for the wrapping div:
<div id="contour" >...</div>
Therefore invalid for more than one form on a page. Is there a way to get it to not add this id? Or rather, better yet, make it a class? Can't think of why there's this limitation that was one of the first things that was immediately obvious to me as a problem when I started styling the forms, so I must not be the only one!
Unrelated suggestions (as a client is looking at purchasing):
Okay, switched id="contour" to class="contour" as per http://our.umbraco.org/forum/developers/api-questions/5330-Umbraco-Contour-questions
Have to look up where the <asp:Literal ID="pageCssClass" runat="server" /> is set however, as that would cause problems down the road if the class is defined twice.
Ted, did you find out anything about the <asp:Literal ID="pageCssClass" runat="server" /> ?
in Contour 3 you have full control over the markup so no more server side controls http://our.umbraco.org/projects/umbraco-pro/contour/documentation/Developer/Custom-Markup/
Excellent. Thank you!
So the trick is to figure out what the upgrade cost is. I quickly looked and can't seem to find any information on that, so...
Upgrade is free so if you have a license for v1 it will also work for v3
Tim, thanks. I was thinking it might be that way, but couldn't find that stated anywhere. Thanks for the quick reply.
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