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    Default Creating inside a Wrapper

    Hey Guys,

    Im quite new to ext js. Just a quick question that someone can quickly help me with.

    I was interested in using/changing the portal example shown here.

    But the example puts the code directly inside the body of the html. Is there a quick way to simply use that example, but make sure its only placed within a set wrapper (div). Say div id/class 'wrapper', how would i go about making sure to tell it to deploy things inside the wrapper?

    would appreciate the answer being directly related to the example linked above, what i would have to change to put the contents inside a wrapper (besides creating the wrapper div inside the body).

    Again, this must be so very simple, just couldn't find it anywhere

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    So you are wanting the portal example rendered to a specified div?
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    For the time being, i have edited the /js/src/container/viewport.js to render entire example in a wrapper div.
    var me = this,
     html = ( Ext.Element.get('extWrapper') ) ? Ext.Element.get('extWrapper') : document.body.parentNode,
    Another question to add to this:
    Im using Extjs on a web application. Basically i want the 2d drag and drop grid functionality from this portal example. When i use the example, the resulting web page is quite large, ~3mb with like 50 odd js files dynamically attached to the page (quite a lot of requests). Is there any way someone can help me remove quite a lot of unnecessary requests/attachments to fit my needs?

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