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From "Simon Lessard" <>
Subject Re: Debuging CSS
Date Thu, 29 Mar 2007 18:56:36 GMT
Hello Chris,

Try to set the
org.apache.myfaces.trinidadinternal.DISABLE_CONTENT_COMPRESSION context
parameter to true while you're debugging CSS. This will generate only the
full version of the selectors, Here's the full doc:

   * Disables optimizations that are normally performed by the
   * Trinidad Renderers to reduce content size.
   * <p>
   * This Boolean property controls whether or not Trinidad Renderer
   * implementations should attempt to reduce the size of generated
   * content, for example, by compressing style class names.  These
   * optimizations are enabled by default.  In general,
   * clients should not need to disable these optimizations.  However,
   * clients that want to disable this functionality for testing or
   * debugging purposes can do so by setting this property to Boolean.TRUE.
  static public final String DISABLE_CONTENT_COMPRESSION =

On 3/29/07, Chris Hane <> wrote:
> Is there a way to reverse map the generated CSS (or maybe generate the
> CSS files with better names).  For example, I have the following css on
> an html element and am trying to track down where each of these is
> defined.
> Not being a CSS expert it would be nice to be able even in a debug mode
> to generate the CSS elements with more descriptive names so I can
> quickly see what I need to change.
> .xr, .xu, .x4j {MyCSS-des... (line 25)
>     color:#000000;
>     font-family:Browallia New,Arial,Helvetica,Geneva,sans-serif;
>     font-size:10pt;
>     font-weight:normal;
>     padding:0px 8px 0px 0px;
>     text-align:left;
> }
> Thanks,
> Chris....

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