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Layout Template - Alignment Problem


I´m using EP6 Version and made some Layout-Templates for my Pages. It works fine, but the alignment of the Ivies in it doesn´t match.

A short Example:

<%@ taglib uri="" prefix="hbj" %>

<%@ taglib uri="" prefix="lyt" %>


<hbj:content id="myContext" >

<hbj:page title="Portal Page">

<hbj:gridLayout id="GridLayout1" rowSize="2" columnSize="2" debugMode="TRUE">

<hbj:gridLayoutCell width="50%" rowIndex="1" columnIndex="1" horizontalAlignment="LEFT" verticalAlignment="top">

<lyt:container id="column1" />


<hbj:gridLayoutCell width="50%" rowIndex="1" columnIndex="2" horizontalAlignment="LEFT" verticalAlignment="top">

<lyt:container id="column2" />


<hbj:gridLayoutCell width="50%" rowIndex="2" columnIndex="1" horizontalAlignment="LEFT" verticalAlignment="top">

<lyt:container id="column3" />


<hbj:gridLayoutCell width="50%" rowIndex="2" columnIndex="2" horizontalAlignment="LEFT" verticalAlignment="top">

<lyt:container id="column4" />






When I look to a page with this Template, all my Iviews on it have an alignment on the right bottom corner of the cells. Is there no way to correct this? I tried a normal html-table but with the same result. Does anyone have a clue for this problem?



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    Posted on Dec 02, 2004 at 10:11 AM

    Hi Marcus,

    the JSP looks fine for me.

    Probably you know

    The only thing where differences to the original layouts could exist seems to be the layout description within portalapp.xml, especially (and only?) the designClass value (prtlPageConR (right), prtlPageConL (left), prtlPageConM (mid) and prtlPageConF (full)). These css classes are defined within the themes, for example the most used will be under irj/root/portalapps/, but they only define the margin and padding...

    Maybe you should copy a standard layout (from irj/root/WEB-INF/portal/portalapps/ and start with this under new names; if they behave normal, start to manipulate them...

    Hope it helps


    PS: For better reading you can surround code / indentions with [ code ] and [/ code ] (without spaces). So checking the syntax would be much easier.

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