Does this work if you specify skin name literally (i.e. org.richfaces.SKIN=TestClassic)?
I would think so (I shall try again) as if I specify wrong name in the bean then it complains about not finding the specified skin, so I would assume that it is finding the skin correctly but it doesn't apply to the component.
Thanks and Regards
Hi Nick I just tried and using the skin name directly in the web.xml did not work either.:(
I got that working by using skin parameters in xcss file (if i change the xcss file directly as mentioned in the userguide it doesnt work
Further How do I use it for rich:page ?? For example I want to add a background image to page.....??
My browser was caching the old files ...cleared the browser and it worked well.