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Tomica
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Tomica asked on 17 May 2011, 11:34 PM
I see in the documentation that lists are supported in the HTML text box.

I am wondering if there is a simpler method for creating a horizonal list of floated <li> items from a database query.

In my case, this would be a list of keywords that would consume a great deal of vertical space if listed in that arrangement.

It is my understanding that I COULD add the list formatting in the Item Created event, but it seems to me this would be a common-enough requirement to have a simpler solution.

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Various formatting options are available to control the text presentation:

  • Font, size (relative size against the font size of the item, default is 3 (1-7)), color (<FONT>)
  • Bold, Italic, Underline (<STRONG>,<B>, <EM>, <I>, <U>)
  • HyperLink (<A href target>)


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Steve
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answered on 20 May 2011, 02:28 PM
Hi Tomica,

There is no out of the box support for horizontal lists in the HtmlTextBox. You can still achieve the desired functionality but by manually creating the contents, so that they mimic horizontal lists. For example:

this.htmlTextBox1.Value = "•list item 1  •list item 2   •list item 3   •list item 4   •list item 5   •list i" +
    "tem 6   •list item 7";

where the bullet item is created by using the following character set: &bull; You can find other varieties in the following link.

Kind regards,
Steve
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