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I'd like my forms to have the id attribute specified. Unfortunately, the standard struts-html.tld doesn't specify an id attribute for the form tag, so if one is added in the JSP using the html:form tag, a problem occurs at runtime complaining that the TLD doesn't specify an id attribute. So, I edited the TLD and added one. After editing it, I'm allowed to specify an id attribute to the html:form tag, but this id doesn't show up on the html page that is generated and sent to the web browser. My question is, without editing org.apache.struts.taglib.html.FormTag, how do I get the form id attribute to show up when using the html:form tag? Is it even possible? And then I have the same question concerning various other html elements, like html:text, html:password, html:submit, ... [ April 10, 2004: Message edited by: Dirk Schreckmann ]