Purpose of .k-Content .k-group and another styles?

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  1. Jim
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    Dec 2012

    Posted 19 Aug 2013 Link to this post

    Could someone please explain the purpose of .k-content .k-group and other styles that are listed in the kendo documentation? I apply them to my div's and content within the div, yet i see no styling change at all!  What am i missing here?
  2. Dimo
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    Posted 21 Aug 2013 Link to this post

    Hello Jim,

    The usage of the most common Kendo UI CSS classes is outlined at:

    http://docs.kendoui.com/getting-started/web/appearance-styling

    Depending on the exact context and theme, a given CSS class may apply different styles. This means that a given CSS class may or may not produce a visible effect when used outside a Kendo UI widget.

    Specifically .k-content applies border-color, background-color and color styles, depending on the theme.

    .k-group applies border-color and background-color styles, and box-shadow when inside a Menu widget.

    Both classes apply border-style, border-width, width, height, margin, padding, position etc, depending on the context (widget).

    Note that an applied border color style does not automatically produce a border, unless a border-style is also defined. This is defined for cases when a Kendo UI CSS class is used inside a Kendo UI widget, but not necessarily when used outside a Kendo UI widget.

    Theme-related styles are located in the theme CSS file, while context-related styles are located in the common CSS file.

    For more information, I recommend looking inside the Kendo UI CSS files and / or inspecting the HTML markup with Firebug or a similar tool.

    Let me know if you need specific additional details.

    Regards,
    Dimo
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