Inject a Style Sheet for a Specific K2 SmartForm

Introduction

 

There are a few different ways to impart style into K2 SmartForms. Perhaps the most straightforward way is by using the controls in Designer. Apart from the selection of a style sheet, these controls allow for limited manipulation of style elements on objects placed within a SmartForm. For greater style control, one must consult the style sheets that comprise the themes.

There is, however, another way: One can create a style sheet and implement it directly on a specific SmartForm. The method is hackish and not entirely comfortable architecturally, but it can be done.

This document will walk you through the method used for this “style sheet injection,” and how to deploy the style sheets to other servers.

 

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Inject a Style Sheet for a Specific K2 SmartForm

K2 SmartForms 4.6.9 Drops Support for IE 8, Despite 20% Browser Market Penetration

 

Page 2 news of the K2 SmartForms 4.6.9 Release Notes spells the death knell for K2’s support of Windows 7’s default browser. Continue reading “K2 SmartForms 4.6.9 Drops Support for IE 8, Despite 20% Browser Market Penetration”

K2 SmartForms 4.6.9 Drops Support for IE 8, Despite 20% Browser Market Penetration

K2’s Microsoft Product Support Plan

 

K2 establishes their general guidelines for environment and application software support in their K2 blackpearl 4.6 Compatibility Matrix, under their Microsoft Product Support Plan.

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K2’s Microsoft Product Support Plan