The Apex DML form that got created from a wizard displays all the columns vertically (1 row for each column). I want to re-arrange this so that some columns are in 1 row and some are not and also some columns are not all aligned. Please see below for a sample layout concept that I want to do
What is the best way to do this in Apex? Is this possible using Grid Layout?There's only 2 (sane) ways to do this in APEX, using either HTML tables or CSS grid layout. This is determined by the page template, so to know which applies it is necessary to know the theme, page template and Grid Layout Type used.
Also is there a GUI interface like in Oracle Forms Layout Editor that I can use in APEX or any third party product?No.
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user12943263 wrote:The Grid Layout properties are in the page template: Home > Application Builder > Application > Shared Components > Templates > One Level Tabs - No Sidebar.
I'm using 4.2 Apex, Oracle 188.8.131.52 DB, IE 8 browser, pl/sql Gateway arhitecture and I'm using them 24 cloudy theme.
Can you let me know how to find the grid type
and also a link to any info about the html tables and CSS grid layoutThere's not a lot:
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