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i want to make gui using gwt java, and have question about how to position the elements of gui, can't understand how it works, just choose panels in gwt, then write the gui with java, and about position must i use html/css? i mean how can i position this checkboxes, radiobuttons, labels on the gui with gwt? Any suggestions please.
 
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S Roberts wrote:i want to make gui using gwt java, and have question about how to position the elements of gui, can't understand how it works, just choose panels in gwt, then write the gui with java, and about position must i use html/css? i mean how can i position this checkboxes, radiobuttons, labels (please see attachments) on the gui with gwt? Any suggestions please.


Recommended reading http://www.gwtproject.org/doc/latest/DevGuideUiPanels.html
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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