I notice than themeroller uses different images for each texture/color combination (e.g. bg-glass-ff0000, bg-glass-00ff00, etc.) Isn't it possible to use a background-image with an alpha channel and the background-color attribute to accomplish the same thing? Is there a reason why it is not done that way?
I am developing an application targeted at tablets, so I have a fair bit of horizontal space to work with. I'd like to put several different form elements (a select and a couple of text boxes) on one horizontal line, but jQM isn't giving me much help. The grid layout does work, but the uniform 33% split looks lousy and the labels don't align vertically. Is there any way to create a more flexible horizontal layout? Since I suspect the answer is going to involve overriding a certain amount of standard jQM CSS, any suggestions about the "cleanest" way to do it? Are their entry points in the style cascade that are particularly suited for customization? The theming docs leave a lot to be desired.