05 Jun '12, 10am

[Ruby Forum] collection_select, howto add html-class or style:

Here's an example of the code I'm trying to get working... <%= collection_select('book', 'book_type_id', all_book_types, 'id', 'name', :prompt => "Select Book Type...", :style => "width:200px" ) %> I've tried a bunch of different permutations but can't get the style width to even appear in the html output. Putting the style hash in braces with or with the "html_options =" explicitly called out doesn't help. I've Googled and looked at the API but can figure this one out. Any ideas? DAN

Full article: http://www.ruby-forum.com/topic/91719


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