Use the Style Sheet builder to apply Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to a specified page in a model.
This builder allows you to control the appearance of individual elements on a page. The Style Sheet builder automates the process of creating the <style>
tags, and the builder also allows you to profile segments of the CSS code so that you can present specific styles to different audiences.
The CSS code created by the builder can be located in either the HEAD
tag of a specified page (recommended) or it can be placed at a particular location on a page or set of pages. In addition, the builder can either embed the CSS code directly in the page (as the body of a <style>
tag), or it can create a reference to an external CSS file (using the <link>
tag), depending on how you configure it. This latter technique is useful when you want to determine the style at execution time.
To present different styles based on a user's profile, you can set the CSS Source Type
input to either Link to file/URL
or Import from file/URL
and then profile the CSS URL or File Location
input. For example, you might assign users in one profile CSS file A and users in another profile CSS file B.
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