CSS Skin File Selectors
The following table lists significant CSS selectors and descriptions for RadComboBox style sheets.
|.RadComboBox_MySkin||Styles the HTML
tag that contains the RadComboBox input & arrow.
|.RadComboBoxDropDown_MySkin||Styles the HTML
tag that contains the RadComboBox drop-down.
|input||Default style for text throughout the control.|
|table, td||Default table and cell style that make up the RadComboBox text input and drop down arrow areas.|
|.rcbInputCell||Styles the text input area of RadComboBox, located just to the left of the drop down arrow.|
|.rcbArrowCell||Styles the area containing the downward pointing arrow for the RadComboBox. This contains a background property where you can specify a new image URL to represent the drop down button.|
|.rcbFocused||Styles the RadComboBox when focused (awaiting input).|
|.rcbScroll||Controls the presence and behavior of scroll bars in the drop down list portion of the control.|
|.rcbList||Styles the drop down portion of the list that isn't disabled or hovered. This style is applied to the
|.rcbHovered||Styles a list item (or input area) under the mouse.|
|.rcbDisabled||Styles the disabled items in the drop down list. Define a moderate color property (typically a gray) to communicate that the text represents a disabled item.|
|.rcbNoWrap||Styles the list when the RadComboBox NoWrap property is set to true .|
|.rcbLoading||Controls the look of the area that displays the LoadingMessage property.|
|.rcbMoreResults||Controls the look of the "Show More results" area. SeeLoad On Demandtopics for more information.|
|.rcbImage||Styles the image when ImageUrl property is set for an item.|
|.rcbEmptyMessage||Controls the appearance of the EmptyMessage text.|
|.rcbSeparator||Controls the appearance of the RadComboBox separators.|
|.rcbLabel||Controls the appearance of the associated Label.|
There are several styles that end in "_rtl" that are used to style specific portions of the control when right-to-left support is turned on. These "_rtl" styles are variants of their left-to-right default counterparts.