Hi Muralidharan Ramakrishnan,
RadSpell does not have its own skinning, but gets its look and feel from a couple of other controls - RadWindow and RadFormDecorator. RadWindow is used to style the window looks of the control, while FormDecorator styles its inner part - the spellchecker itself - its buttons and input fields.
In order to style RadSpell, you should:
1. Register your RadWindow skin in the head of your webpage, using the link tag.
2. Create a custom skin skin for RadFormDecorator, and include it in your project.
3. Create a new .css file and name it DialogCss.css and include it in the project
3. In DialogCss.css regsiter the following CSS files using the @import directive:
You may use our online skin converter (http://converter.telerik.com/skinconverter/
) that converts pre Q1.2009 skins to the new rendering and the new CSS classnames we have recently introduced.
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