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CSS not applying to XHTML
borderstyle is a class, not an element, the selector should be prepended by a period, use: .borderstyle { /* CSS here */ } Further, I'd suggest wrapping the Times New Roman font-name with quotes ('Times New Roman'), and center is deprecated, use CSS auto for the left, and right, margins, or text-align: center; on the parent element, as you've assigned display: inline.

Categories : HTML

How to pass url parameters to JSF/xHTML?
you could use a method in the class dataBaseSearch: if(searchString != null){ //execute a query in database // return result to a variable(resultSet or list) } and use getter and setter to get the the resultSet or List and render the result in a datatable.

Categories : JSF

What is wrong with this Xhtml code using ul
You can't use the h2 tag as a block-level element; it's a heading tag, and it functions the same as your h1 tag above. Move the </h2> closing tag up and add some text: <h2>Some Random Title</h2>

Categories : Misc

Is XHTML a subset of HTML?
Does this imply that XHTML is a subset of HTML No it doesn't. Is XHTML a subset of HTML? No. And neither is HTML a subset of XHTML. For example: <input name="surname"> is valid HTML but not valid XHTML. <div /> is valid XHTML but not valid HTML. Traditionally, HTML and XHTML were specified separately. HTML5 defines both syntaxes in a single specification. But the two syntaxes are mutually exclusive. However, it is possible to use mark-up in your documents in such a way that will comply with both syntaxes. e.g. by using <input name="surname" /> and <div></div>

Categories : HTML

What's the best way to add a CSS file to the XHTML page
<link> is more cross-browser compatible. Having anything before the DOCTYPE declaration tends to lead to unexpected results, especially in older browsers. Furthermore, <?xml-stylesheet?> is designed for XML. Unless you're sure your XHTML page is being served in XML mode you should avoid it anyway.

Categories : CSS

JSF/Primefaces - XHTML in JAR and Spring
Been able to sort it out using JSF annotations instead of the configuration in faces-config.xml. So my managed bean ended up pretty much like this one: @ManagedBean(name="entityController") @SessionScoped public class EntityController { @ManagedProperty("#{client}") private Client client; Thanks everyone!

Categories : Java

PHP : preg_match_all none xhtml attributes
You can add the negative look-ahead (?![^=]*?") to make sure the next " doesn't precede the next =, that way you're getting only words that aren't within a quoted value. Single-quote the string so that the " in the regex won't terminate it. preg_match_all('/(?<=s)[w]+(?=[s/>])(?![^=]*?")/i', $balise, $attributs);

Categories : PHP

Validate XHTML in Eclipse
I guess you do not have (X)HTML editor plugin in Eclipse. You can try downloading them and installing it to your Eclipse. Few links are link1, link2 and link3 For automatically invoking the Validator during Builds, To run validation as part of building, the Validation Builder must be set on the project and the desired validators enabled. To ensure that the builder is set onto the project, open the Properties dialog for the project and go to the Validation property page. If the Add Validation Builder to project checkbox is present, enable it. Then, enable the Build checkbox for the desired validators, overriding the main validation preferences if necessary.

Categories : Eclipse

url goes wrong extension xhtml to jsp
This suggests that you're actually not using JSF 2.x, but JSF 1.x. In JSF 1.x, the FacesServlet will by default use .jsp suffix to locate the view file based on the request URL. So, when index.xhtml is requested, it will look for the physical file index.jsp. In JSF 2.x the default suffix has changed to .xhtml, which means that when index.xhtml is requested, it will look for the physical file index.xhtml. The *.xhtml in the <url-pattern> is merely the URL pattern on which the FacesServlet has to listen for on incoming HTTP requests. In order to properly use JSF 2.x, you should get rid of all JSF 1.x libraries in the runtime classpath. This covers among others the /WEB-INF/lib folder. If you're unsure about the version because it's not mentioned in JAR's filename, extract it using a

Categories : Jsp

XSD from xhtml : specific case
Here is my xsd, what's wrong?: <?xml version="1.0"?> <xs:schema elementFormDefault="qualified" targetNamespace="http://www.w3schools.com" xmlns="http://www.w3schools.com" xmlns:editix="http://www.w3schools.com" xmlns:xs="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema"> <xs:simpleType name="UUID"> <xs:annotation> <xs:documentation>OperationID is constrained to: &quot;uuid[0-9]+&quot;</xs:documentation> </xs:annotation> <xs:restriction base="xs:string"> <xs:pattern value="uuid[0-9]+"/> </xs:restriction> </xs:simpleType> <xs:simpleType name="SubClass"> <xs:annotation> <xs:documentation>ExtensionClass is constrained to: &quot

Categories : Xml

read persistente bag property in xhtml (jsf)
To me it seems like you are using wrong var variable in your outputLabel. In your table you have defined var="car". So instead of: <p:outputLabel value="#{pessoa.contatoPessoas.id}"/> You should use access your values through this car variable, something like: <p:outputLabel value="#{car.id}"/> UPDATE also your rowKey attribute seems wrong, change it like this: rowKey="#{contatoPessoas.id}" UPDATE As @Ammar noted above there is also problem with set which is not supported in JSF older than version 2.2. So another solution is to upgrade to JSF 2.2

Categories : JSF

How to apply box style to xhtml document using CSS?
The box model explains how margin, padding, border and element size all come together to render an image, FYI. Here's how you would write CSS to set border, padding and margin on your page's body element: body { margin: 5px; padding: 10px; border: 1px solid #000000; } That will give you a 5 pixel margin, a 1 pixel solid border in black, and a 10 pixel pad inside that. The CSS above targets the body tag. You'll only have one body tag, so you don't have to be any more specific than that. You might have lots of images, though, and only want a boder around one of them. You need to mark your "special" image with an id or class so that you can select it. Here are two examples: <img src="image.jpg" id="myImage" /> <img src="image2.jpg" class="borderImage" /> No

Categories : CSS

Will canvas work in XHTML 1.1 code?
If the canvas-tag works depends on the browser that is used to view it. I believe it can be used in any major browser for some time now. See http://caniuse.com/#search=canvas and this question.

Categories : HTML

xhtml: using '#' in a value attribute makes the characters after '#' being ignored
On the server side, encode the bean value using URI percent encoding. In this case, the property should use %23 where # is in the filename.

Categories : Java

PHP MIME type application/vnd.wap.xhtml+xml
Use the XHTML MIME type in addition to the existing mappings: AddType application/xhtml+xml .xhtml In addition, AddHandler can be used to handle that content-type.

Categories : Htaccess

xhtml anchor link to div, but div has generic id?
You should know that every element in a page MUST have a UNIQUE ID. Read this http://www.w3schools.com/tags/att_global_id.asp. ID Naming rules: Must contain at least one character Must not contain any space characters In HTML all values are case-insensitive And from what I have learned from experience and html validation it must not start with a number

Categories : CSS

Difference in display between HTML and XHTML
The removal of the starting newline is nothing to do with the rendering in HTML, and Dave Raggett's page is just a little imprecise and getting a little out of date. The removal of the starting newline is a property of the HTML parser. In the in body tree construction phase the HTML5 spec for the text/html mime type says: A start tag whose tag name is one of: "pre", "listing" If the stack of open elements has a p element in button scope, then close a p element. Insert an HTML element for the token. If the next token is a "LF" (U+000A) character token, then ignore that token and move on to the next one. (Newlines at the start of pre blocks are ignored as an authoring convenience.) Set the frameset-ok flag to "not ok". An XML parser is simply not allowed to

Categories : HTML

Unknown jsf tag in xhtml page in jsf application
The problem is that you haven't defined the h prefix anywhere in your file. If you follow a JSF 2 tutorial, you will note this in the <html> tag definition (this one is taken from StackOverflow JSF wiki): <html lang="en" xmlns="http://www.w3.org/1999/xhtml" xmlns:f="http://java.sun.com/jsf/core" xmlns:h="http://java.sun.com/jsf/html"> Where h for JSF HTML tags like <h:head>, <h:body>, <h:inputText>, etc. f is the prefix for JSF core like <f:view>, <f:selectItems>, <f:ajax>, etc.

Categories : JSF

Javascript error in XHTML page in JSF 2
It's seems to be a naming issue. the id of the field is not rendered as country. i found a question that seems relevant. Composite components & ID

Categories : JSF

login.xhtml: The requested resource is not available
The webapp's runtime classpath is a mess. The webapp's /WEB-INF/lib seems to contain JSF and JPA libraries which are already provided by TomEE itself as being a Java EE web profile compliant container. Tomcat is a barebones JSP/Servlet container and does therefore not ship with e.g. JSF, JPA, EJB, etc. That's exactly why you need to provide and configure JSF, JPA, EJB, etc manually along with the webapp for Tomcat. But for TomEE (and Glassfish, JBoss AS, etc) that's thus absolutely not necessary and would only end up in classloading conflicts because of duplicate different versioned libaries in the runtime classpath. Get rid of libraries in /WEB-INF/lib which are already provided by the target container itself.

Categories : JSF

XHTML font browser compatibility in IE9
Is the font file on the same domain as your site? If not... IE and Firefox implement the same origin policy, so any font library served on a different domain from the page will not be downloaded unless using CORS. Click on 'Known Issues'... http://caniuse.com/#feat=fontface

Categories : HTML

Extract DIV from XHTML with simpleHTMLDom and then print out
Have you tried: // Dumps the internal DOM tree back into string $str = $content->save(); Reference: http://simplehtmldom.sourceforge.net/manual.htm

Categories : Misc

all vs. sequence or: how would the XSD definition for the XHTML body-tag look like?
It's not clear why you believe this is impossible in XSD, so I can't help you understand. Define your complex type with mixed content; make its outermost group an xs:choice element with minOccurs="0" and maxOccurs="unbounded"; within that choice list the elements which should be allowed as children.

Categories : Xml

How to expose JSF (.xhtml) under a sub folder of WebContent
As long as the content is not under WEB-INF, all the content should be directly accessible to the client. Here are some tips to troubleshoot: Is your WAR deployed successfully ? Are you accessing the with the correct URL ? Is context in your URL match the deployment ? Are you bundling xhtml content correctly outside WEB-INF ? Finally, you could go to the deployment directory, copy the WAR to a separate folder, deflate it and check if its content is as you expected.

Categories : Java

XHTML and   doesnt work?
Some XHTML configurations don't seem to have the full list of entity names. Use the numerical character reference, &#160; Edit: "Some XHTML configurations" means XHTML documents without a full XHML DOCTYPE declaration. If you omit the DOCTYPE altogether, or use a shorthand one, like <!DOCTYPE html>, the browser will only recognise the five XML entity names. So either provide a full DOCTYPE, like <!DOCTYPE html PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD XHTML 1.1//EN" "http://www.w3.org/TR/xhtml11/DTD/xhtml11.dtd"> or use numerical character references as above.

Categories : HTML

Returning an HTML/XHTML file from servlet
There are a few different ways you could do this: Forward the servlet to the path where the HTML file is located. Something like: RequestDispatcher rd = request.getRequestDispatcher("something.html"); rd.forward(request, response); Send a redirect to the URL where the HTML is located. Something like: response.sendRedirect("something.html"); Read in the contents of the HTML file and then write out the contents of the HTML file to the servlet's PrintWriter.

Categories : Java

Jsf 2.2.1, Backing beans cannot be bound to xhtml pages
PropertyNotFoundException mean there is no getter/setter property method in your backing bean. HelloWorldBean.java @ManagedBean(name="HelloWorldBean") public calss HelloWorldBean { private String getHelloWorld() { return "Hello World!"; } } mypage <h:outputText value="#{HelloWorldBean.helloWorld}"/>

Categories : Java

Is recommended in an XHTML page?
No. The XML declaration isn't useful if you are going to use the default values. Applying a stylesheet through an XML mechanism isn't useful in an XHTML document since you are, presumably, targeting web browsers which understand the XHTML mechanisms for loading stylesheets They won't have any effect if you serve the document as text/html (which you probably are and, if not, probably should be … for that matter, you might as well not use XHTML at all, it is more trouble then it is worth for the vast majority of authors)

Categories : Xml

Redirect from index.jsp welcome file to map.xhtml JSF page
Don't do it the hard way. Change <url-pattern>*.jsf</url-pattern> to <url-pattern>*.xhtml</url-pattern> and change <welcome-file>index.jsp</welcome-file> to <welcome-file>map.xhtml</welcome-file> This way map.xhtml becomes the welcome file and you can now stop fiddling with virtual URLs like .jsf and as a bonus, you can get rid of the legacy JSP file altogether.

Categories : JSF

How can I keep XHTML markup in the RSS output from Yahoo Pipes
AFAIK you can't get raw feed output as XML - Yahoo! shoehorns your output into specific standard RSS fields, as you noticed. The best option that I can think of is to get your output as json (a javascript object), as the json preserves all the fields in the input: http://pipes.yahoo.com/pipes/pipe.run?_id=5302fba3cc2d02f7a87ffdded87ce627&_render=json Most modern processors will take json output in addition to RSS.

Categories : Misc

HTML5 tags in .xhtml extension file
Can HTML5 content be saved in a .xhtml file without any issues with specific browsers? Providing your server is configured to serve ,xhtml files with a media type of text/html, then yes. It probably does, because otherwise your .xhtml files would not work with IE8 or earlier. But if it serves with either a application/xml or application/xhtml+xml media type, then you should use XHTML5 markup. (You may also find that your markup needs to be XHTML5 compliant for your server side special .xhtml file processing to continue to work correctly.) Is following acceptable in HTML5? It's not valid HTML5, but then your first snippet is not valid XHTML 1.0 either. It won't cause any new problems treating it as HTML5.

Categories : HTML

Customize FacesServlet to get rid of .xhtml extension
Take a look at prettyfaces: Pretty URLs for JavaServer Faces , Look at the 2. Create pretty-config.xml example in the main page And take a look at the Chapter 2. Get Started

Categories : JSF

Using copy-of with document() to add SVGs to XHTML output
I think you've hit upon the reason for this XSLT operation: http://www.w3schools.com/xsl/el_namespace-alias.asp which leaves your mangled namespaces intact until output is generated, when the namespace transformation is done.

Categories : HTML

Not able to access method of a managedbean from a xhtml page
Below is the way of using h:outputLabel using for attribute of h:outputLabel public class HelloWorld { public String message= "JSF2!"; public HelloWorld() { System.out.println("HelloWorld started!"); } public String getMessage() { return message; } } <h:outputLabel for="msgID" value="HEllo form " /> <h:outputText id="msgID" value="#{helloWorld.message}"/>

Categories : JSF

communicatio between xhtml page and backend bean
What is send to the back-and bean, username.name is mapped to name field of userbean provided setter method is provided and the method valueChanged gets called whenever the value of name is changed. And what input value represents input value represents the value of the backing bean field called name. You have a class UserBean and a field name. so it will represent name value. And why we have line input.findComponent("ID_of_anoder_component") on sample? This method gets called when the value of name changes and whenever that happens, the methods finds out the compoent listbox

Categories : JSF

How to automatically generate XHTML heading levels using XSLT 1.0
There could be several possibilities how to do it. It depends what signalize the level of heading (number in @name attribute? the depth of chapter element?). I suppose it is the depth of chapter element. So for input xml <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <chapter name="Chapter 1"> <chapter name="Chapter 1.1"> <chapter name="Chapter 1.1.1"> <chapter name="Chapter 1.1.1.1"/> </chapter> <chapter name="Chapter 1.1.2"/> </chapter> <chapter name="Chapter 1.2"/> </chapter> you could utilize template with parameter increasing in consecutive calling apply-templates <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <xsl:stylesheet version="1.0" xmlns:xsl="http://www.w3.org/1999/XSL/Tr

Categories : Xslt

XHTML strict validate colour and text formatting
Easy just use the :first-child psuedo selector. Although do consider using <h2> tags for lower level headings for better semantics (but really whatever on that): <head> <meta http-equiv="content-type" content="text/html;charset=utf-8" /> <!-- S. Mathieu English July 29, 2013 Tutorial 9 --> <title>Tutorial Project 9</title> <style type="text/css"> body { /* IE10 Consumer Preview */ background-image: -ms-radial-gradient(left center, ellipse farthest-corner, #FFF596 0%, #A8EF92 100%); /* Mozilla Firefox */ background-image: -moz-radial-gradient(left center, ellipse farthest-corner, #FFF596 0%, #A8EF92 100%); /* Opera */ background-image: -o-radial-gradient(left center, elli

Categories : Validation

Using the Pinterest hoverbutton but disabling it for certain images in XHTML 1.0 Strict
If you're using jQuery, you can still use the data-attribute as far as I know. Something like: if ($('img.class').data('pin-no-hover')) { $('.pinterestClass').hide(); }

Categories : Javascript

Can I disable ad-ons from appearing on my website by modifying my xhtml code?
Assuming the add-on is modifying your html as it's displayed to the browser (likely), you could use jquery to run after your page is loaded (and after add-ons run, so use a timer), to search the page for all links to external sites and if they're not links you put in (maybe identified by class), then remove them. A bit of a cat and mouse game, but since the add-ons are not specifically targeted to your site, it should work.

Categories : Misc

Posting form to an iframe under strict XHTML (firefox)
For XHTML, use id rather than name as the attribute for the target on the iframe. For HTML/XHTML compatibility, use both a name and an id and make sure their values are the same. However, take note that target is not a valid attribute on a form. So it won't validate, and its working is not guaranteed. The IE one should have been another question, but IE needs type="submit" for buttons, even if that type is supposed to be the default.

Categories : Forms



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