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From "Dan Robinson" <dannyjrobin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: AW: [SPAM] - Skin Enhancement Request - Bayesian Filter detected spam
Date Thu, 29 Jun 2006 13:02:01 GMT
Exactly, and if possible : af|inputText:required::label


On 6/28/06, Jeanne Waldman <jeanne.waldman@oracle.com> wrote:
>
> It sounds like you'd like it if you had a skinning key like this:
>
> af|inputText:required::content
>
> - Jeanne
>
> Dan Robinson wrote:
>
> > Thanks Guys, that seemed to work.
> >
> > We've yet to upgrade to the very latest Trinidad release, so I guess
> > that's
> > why the 'af|inputText.requiredFieldMarker::content' method didn't
> > work, but
> > we're using Markus' method and plan to switch over once we're
> up-to-date.
> >
> > I'm not a huge fan of the contentStyle approach, but would love a
> > 'contentClass' tag instead.  Having our devs understand and put styles
> > into
> > pages is not an approach I want to take.
> >
> > Better still I'd love an out-of-the-box style we can override for
> > required
> > fields that just workswhen required or showRequired are true.
> >
> > Danny
> >
> > On 6/28/06, Jeanne Waldman <jeanne.waldman@oracle.com> wrote:
> >
> >>
> >> The styleClass attribute for the form components goes on the root dom
> >> element of the component, which isn't the <input> or <textArea>.
We
> >> should be doing this for all our components, and if we are not, we'll
> >> need to enhance them to do this. This is for consistency, and it makes
> >> it easier to write skinning rules.
> >>
> >> In the case of inputText where changing the styles of the 'content'
> (aka
> >> the input/textArea) piece of the component is common, we've added a
> >> 'contentStyle' attribute. So you can essentially do what Markus
> >> suggested, but use the contentStyle attribute. By essentially, I mean
> >> that contentStyle takes  styles, not style classes. So you would do
> >> this:
> >>
> >> contentStyle="#{bindings.Title.mandatory ? 'background-color:
> >> rgb(255,255,181);border-style: solid ;' : 'background-color: white;
> >>   border-style: solid ;'}"
> >>
> >>
> >> I just thought of another way you can do this using the skinning file.
> >> Do what Markus suggested, but I would change the name of the
> >> styleClasses:
> >>
> >>             <af:inputText value="#{bindings.Title.inputValue}"
> >>                           label="#{bindings.Title.label}"
> >>                           required="#{bindings.Title.mandatory}"
> >>                           styleClass="#{bindings.Title.mandatory ?
> >> 'requiredFieldMarker' : 'nonrequiredMarker'}"
> >>                           columns="#{bindings.Title.displayWidth}">
> >>             </af:inputText>
> >>
> >> The in the skinning file you can do this:
> >>
> >> /* When the af|inputText's component has the styleClass set to
> >> requiredFieldMarker, set its 'content' piece */
> >> af|inputText.requiredFieldMarker::content {
> >> background-color: rgb(255,255,181);
> >> border-style: solid ;
> >> }
> >>
> >> - Jeanne
> >>
> >> Markus Heinisch wrote:
> >>
> >> >Hi Dan,
> >> >
> >> >Are you looking for a solution like this:
> >> >
> >> >            <af:inputText value="#{bindings.Title.inputValue}"
> >> >                          label="#{bindings.Title.label}"
> >> >                          required="#{bindings.Title.mandatory}"
> >> >                          styleClass="#{bindings.Title.mandatory ?
> >> 'required' : 'nonrequired'}"
> >> >                          columns="#{bindings.Title.displayWidth}">
> >> >            </af:inputText>
> >> >
> >> >The EL expression in the attribute styleClass makes the trick. The EL
> >> expression resolves to styleClass="required" when the Title is
> mandatory
> >> (example uses Oracle ADF which provides for a property like 'Title'
> some
> >> metadata like 'mandatory' or 'updatable').
> >> >
> >> >The styleclass must be defined in a CSS or your Skin-CSS:
> >> >
> >> >input.required, textarea.required, select.required {
> >> >  background-color: rgb(255,255,181);
> >> >  border-style: solid ;
> >> >}
> >> >input.nonrequired, textarea.nonrequired, select.nonrequired {
> >> >  background-color: white;
> >> >  border-style: solid ;
> >> >}
> >> >
> >> >>From my point of view everything you need is available to solve your
> >> styling needs. ;-)
> >> >
> >> >Cheers,
> >> >Markus
> >> >------------------------------------------
> >> >Markus Heinisch
> >> >
> >> >Dipl.-Inform.
> >> >Consultant
> >> >
> >> >Trivadis GmbH
> >> >Freischützstrasse 92
> >> >81927 München
> >> >Germany
> >> >
> >> >Tel.: +49-89-99275930
> >> >Fax : +49-89-99275959
> >> >Mobile: +49-162-2959616
> >> >mailto:markus.heinisch@trivadis.com
> >> >http://www.trivadis.com
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >>-----Ursprüngliche Nachricht-----
> >> >>Von: Dan Robinson [mailto:dannyjrobinson@gmail.com]
> >> >>Gesendet: Mittwoch, 28. Juni 2006 18:02
> >> >>An: adffaces-user@incubator.apache.org
> >> >>Betreff: [SPAM] - Skin Enhancement Request - Bayesian Filter
> >> >>detected spam
> >> >>
> >> >>I don't think this is currently possible, but please prove me wrong!
> >> >>
> >> >>We'd like to provide a skin configuration that would cause
> >> >>certain styles to be appled when a field is marked as
> >> >>required.  Specifically, we'd like to cause the input field
> >> >>background colour to be changed to make it very obvious that
> >> >>it is required.
> >> >>
> >> >>So far we've only been able to set the background color for
> >> >>all elements of an input field (label, tip, etc.).
> >> >>
> >> >>I guess an extension of this would be to make the label bold etc.
> etc.
> >> >>
> >> >>Thanks,
> >> >>
> >> >>Danny
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >>
> >> >
> >> >
> >> >
> >>
> >>
> >
>
>

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