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From "Andrew Robinson" <andrew.rw.robin...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: s:roundedDiv not fully rendered in IE6 and IE7
Date Fri, 07 Mar 2008 21:46:59 GMT
I am not sure why that would be of any value. If you do not set a
background color, it uses a transparent color.

On 3/7/08, myfaces@abilsoft.com <myfaces@abilsoft.com> wrote:
> One other enhancement that would be great to have is the
> ability to have the background filled with a gradient as
> opposed to a solid color.....
>
>
> ---------Original Message---------
>
> > The following are the two things that came to my mind as far
> as
> > enhancements:
> >
> > 1. The ability to link the color, backgroundColor, etc. to
> CSS
> > style classes or values. The way it is now, the overall
> design
> > of a site that uses this component and CSS is spread between
> > the two - not optimal for the designer or maintenance.
>
> This is why I want to leverage Trinidad's skins. CSS is
> interpreted on
> the client, but the images are generated on the server. The
> image URLs
> have the info in the query string though, so it would be
> possible to
> alter them on the client, but then JS would be required and
> these
> properties would have to be stored somewhere (some random CSS
> style
> class applied to a dummy element or stripped from the IMG
> tags). A
> much more elegant solution would be to use Trinidad skin
> properties to
> set the colors so that they are not in the view but the skin
> CSS.
>
>
>

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