0 Replies Latest reply on Jun 6, 2007 6:52 AM by Konstantin Larionov

    Reading skin parameters?

    Konstantin Larionov Newbie


      I have one newbie question:
      I am developing web-app using RichFaces and JSF.
      And I want to set simple JSF components visual properties (background color, font size and so on) using attributes, specified in RichFaces skins to avoid frequent CSS-file modification.

      Is it possible? Can anyone show simple example?

      In RichFaces developer's guide it is stated that "Skinnability is a high-level extension of standard CSS, which can be used together with regular CSS declarations. You can also refer to skin parameters in CSS via JSF Expression Language. You have the complete ability to synchronize the appearance of all the elements in your pages.", but I did not find any deeper explanation.