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Straight on your questions about FormDecorator. The control is meant to style primarily form controls - buttons, input boxes, fieldsets, checkboxes and radiobuttons. When we planned the features of the control we decided to leave it up to the users to decide on the non-form controls, and this is why, for example there isn't special styling for links. However, with a little trick you may manage to achieve what you've started. Here we go:
Use FireBug or IE Dev Toolbar on a page with FormDecorator to locate the HTML element of the page (or the decoration zone ID). You will notice that a couple of classes have been added to these, i.e:
<html class="RadForm RadForm_Vista rfdButton rfdScrollBars rfdZone rfdLabel rfdHeading rfdTextbox rfdTextarea rfdFieldset rfdRadio rfdCheckbox" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" jQuery1256626419551="13">
Among all of these you will notice the class in red, which is skin-specific, and will allow you to style any element inside that parent. For example you will be able to specify CSS for headings for the different skins:
... for the Vista skin, or:
... And so on... You just need to add your new rules in a separate CSS file and make sure it is loaded on the page. Also, please, have in mind that certain settings may need to have a higher CSS specificity (or the magic of the !important flag of CSS), otherwise that may not apply.
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