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HTMLB problem

Hi,

I need set a border in my gridLayout and i don't know how to. Somebody could tell me what i have to code too get it?

Thanks in advance.

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    Posted on Feb 25, 2005 at 12:30 PM

    Normally "something is not possible in HTMLB" means that you shall not want it 😊)

    HTMLB is the "design abstraction layer". You do the busines logic - HTMLB does visual design.

    If you want to control the look of the elements - use the custom themes.

    If you describe why you want the border, or better say what do you want to achieve in general, I will be able to advice which HTMLB element (container) to use in your case.

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  • Posted on Feb 25, 2005 at 11:42 AM

    Hi Julian,

    perhaps you can use the extension <bsp:findAndReplace> to set the <table border="1"> attribute the way you want. Just take a look at the html-code and see if you can identify the table which is produced by the gridlayout extension then use the findAndReplace extension. Unfortunately I can't test it on my own because my basis guy is working on our testsystem at the moment. It seems I have to sent him more cookies 😉

    Oh and this solution is an ugly hack so be aware of the dark side of the force 😉

    regards

    Thomas

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    • The use of <bsp:findAndReplace> in this forum is becoming similar to my son's use of a hammer. Any problem he saw was solvable with the hammer. In the end I confiscated it. This tag is really a last resort. It is not intended for solving problems one by one. I am no fan of ugly hacks.

      Two further remarks:

      (*) Consider to use in design2003 the <phtmlb:matrix> tags. They are much better and faster.

      (*) If you don't like our rendering, why not just roll your own!

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