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Rajesh Pulipally
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Hi,

Can we implement tiles in html pages.If yes please give me the details

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Ulf Dittmer
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Welcome to JavaRanch.

This forum is for question about the SCWCD exam -as its title implies-, so I'll move the question to a more appropriate place.
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What are "tiles"?

If you mean Struts Tiles (capitalized when a proper name), then no. You need Struts and JSP for that.
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Rajesh Pulipally
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Yes,Its struts Tiles
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So what do you mean by "Can we implement tiles in html pages"? Do you mean without JSP, in just static HTML files? No.
 
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