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From C├ędric Durmont <cdurm...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Combining <tr:> tags with standard HTML elements such as <div> and <span> for example
Date Mon, 05 Jul 2010 13:57:21 GMT
Mixing jsf tags and regular html has not always been possible (jsf 1.1
maybe ?). Nowadays you can happily mix jsf and xhtml tags.

Regards,
Cedric Durmont

2010/7/5 Dmitry Barsukov <dbarsukov@gmail.com>
>
> Hi All,
>
> Here is the question for Trinidad experts.
> We are extensively using <div> and <span> tags in our Trinidad based
> application (*.xhtml pages) combining them with the rest of Trinidad
> features.
> The question I have is... there is a feeling that this is not quite the way
> Trinidad expects to have the content fed into the Trinidad renderer.
>
> My concern is based on the fact that the examples provided with Trinidad do
> not include any standard HTML tags...
>
> It seems that by feeding Trinidad with something it does not expect we are
> sort of a "breaking it".
>
> However JSF spec does not stop developers from using standard HTML tags in
> JSF pages.
>
> So, the feeling is kinda mixed... so far I have not found any single black
> and white "NO, do not use HTML tags".
> At the same time the question "why the use case with standard HTML tags is
> not provided in Trinidad examples" still remains.
>
> Could anyone help me to clarify the picture?
>
> ---
> Sincerely yours
> Dmitry Barsukov

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