Question regarding the 'HeaderClass' attribute of the Rich Datatable header in IE7. I have a rich datatable that among other attributes, has a style defined for the header. It's a simple style that contains a background colour.
In Firefox, the default header style of the rich datatable is overridden and replaced by the style I defined. In IE, it ignores my style and uses the default rich faces skin style (we went with blueSky).
Question: is this a browser rendering flaw, or a bug in RichFaces? Is there any way to get IE to render the header I've defined?
I use RichFaces 3.1.4 and the header style is:
The data table is:
<rich:dataTable headerClass="bgheading" footerClass="bgheading" .... >
Note that it in both browers, it uses the footerClass.