I would like to ask if there is a possibility to modify the display of fields and labels in a node.
Even try to change the labels display Above by Inline does not work.
How can we present the information as a proper way when the node is a list of values??
I know the Display suite and views however in my case they are not useful.
Thanks a lot for your help
Can you please provide more information about the use case? Are you using a layout template in your Display or the default ones?
Here you are the test site https://test-mice.web.cern.ch/
The content type used is called Establishment and here you are some images to illustrate my problem.
I have also tried the tabs and the result is the same nothing change.
Thanks a lot
I confirm that this is a bug and thank you for reporting it. I started looking for what is wrong and apparently the theme is missing some basic Drupal classes, which causes the issue that you mentioned. I will put it as high priority in order to apply the fix in the upcoming theme version (next few weeks).
I will update you when its fixed.
Thanks a lot
After you get the update, your page will be looking as the following screenshot (its on my test site)
Let me know if that works for you
Thanks a lot for your help, I will try when the update will be done.
Thanks a lot for the upgrade! On my website, the fields are now well inline, except that:
- there are 2 spaces between label and text, instead of 1?
- the ‘Body’ label is not ‘inline’ even if defines so or did I miss something? e.g ‘description’ on: https://sis.web.cern.ch/search-and-read/online-resources/acm-digital-library
Thank you for the feedback. I am answering for each one of the mentioned points.
Its not 2 spaces, its just a small padding after the label. I will consider removing it but I think its quite small.
This has to do with the text length. As you can in the screenshot below, if I temporarily modify the length of the Access Instructions field, it also does not appear inline. To be honest, I had never thought about it as it was not a use case till the day. In general, the logic is that inline labels are supposed to be used for text that can fit in one line.
Ok, understood. Thanks.