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Building own htmlb


we started using the htmlb-elements in our bsp-applications, because using them is very comfortable. Unfortunately, one of our clients wanted the font on the elements to be bigger, for easier reading. I had a quick look and found out, that i would have to change the stylesheet in order to achive this. But this would affect other applications too.

Is it possible to create a own design like the design2002-Theme from SAP? Is there any documentation available that covers the creation of htmlbs? Or a course or anything?

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  • Posted on Nov 14, 2003 at 12:23 PM


    The correct way to go is to change the stylesheets. You should look at:

    <htmlb:content themeRoot>.

    See also:


    You can also look at browser menu: View-->TextSize. It works so lalala. In design2003 the complete font stuff has been changed, and it should work correctly.


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