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how to customize inputtext with different background color using trinidad skinning(.css)?

ym feng
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Joined: Mar 19, 2009
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thus, all the <af:inputText> will be yellowed.

then, how to separate them, with different colors?
Amy N. Snow
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Joined: Apr 09, 2008
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You assign a class to the tr:inputText element. Then you define the css like this:





ym feng
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Amy N. Snow wrote:You assign a class to the tr:inputText element. Then you define the css like this:







that's what i wnat,
thank you so much!
 
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