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Craft Ajax applications using JSF with CSS and JavaScript

I’m working on a web site using JSP and I found this great article that should be helpful for JSP programmers.

Typical Web applications require the use of Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) and JavaScript, together with a server-side framework, such as JavaServer Faces (JSF). CSS lets you change the visual characteristics of Web components within Ajax and other applications so they can have a pleasant and distinctive look. In the first installment of this two-part series, find out how to use the CSS-related attributes of standard JSF components. In addition, learn how to create a custom JSF component that sets the default styles of nested components, making it very easy to ensure a consistent look for all pages of your Web application. You can also use this technique to programmatically set other component attributes, as you’ll see in Part 2, which will show how to make JSF forms more dynamic using JavaScript.

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