.style pronoun allows you to define styles for a tag element within the
context of the element. Without the
.style pronoun tag styles are applied
outside and after constructing a tag element.
div(". . .") %>% background("primary") %>% display("flex")
However, once the content of a tag element grows to more than a few lines,
associating the element's styles with the element becomes less and less
intuitive. In these situations, make use of the
div( .style %>% border("primary") %>% font("primary"), p(". . ."), p(". . .") )
Complex components such as
yonder::listGroupInput() may need a non-standard prefix for the CSS
classes applied by cascadess' functions.
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