Robert F Harwood commented on Jan 13, 2012

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 3

checked

Robert Kreutzer commented on Oct 12, 2011

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 3

Would be nice if you attach the needed css

Robert Kreutzer commented on Oct 12, 2011

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 3

Would be nice if you attach the needed css

Theo Viljoen commented on Oct 11, 2011

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 3

This is not straight forward and exactly step-by-step... :(

Muthuvasanthkumar M commented on May 12, 2011

Re: Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 3

What is the use of 3 xpages in this excercise?

Jayne Bradshaw commented on Oct 6, 2010

Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 3

I can't see any tutorial on here - is it under review?

Mike R Gonzalez commented on Jan 15, 2010

Tutorial: Introduction to XPages - Exercise 3

Where did the Lotus image come from? I have one large blue gradiant and no yellow banner although my frames look indented as above...

Robert Shaver commented on Oct 14, 2009

Step 2 has wrong screen shot

Step 2 should show a screen shot of creating an XPage, not a custom control.

Brian D McGaley commented on Oct 9, 2009

Untitled

the screen shot in step 2 is wrong and confuses things a bit

Victor She commented on Aug 25, 2009

Any other way to apply the CSS?

Well,my question is can I apply the CSS by the other ways?In this topic,it seems that I must map the classes for each object,do you think that is inconvenient?

Is it possible that add the Class property into the code,and then our application will apply the corresponding named sytle sheet class automatically(just like the usage of html+css)?

Deanna Drschiwiski commented on Aug 6, 2009

Resources available

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David McGaughy commented on Jul 27, 2009

css and image resources

Are the css and image resource available?