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Convert Html fields to Struts2 tags

 
kaleeswaran Gounder
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I am new to struts2... I designed a page in plain html.. now i have use this html page in struts2 project.. how can i convert html field elements to Struts2 ui tags ??? My html page looks like:
<tr>
<td class="style4">**Customer Name***</td>
<td><input type="text" name="Scr_Inq_CName" class="body-fieldsTextFields" id="Scr_Inq_CName_id" tabindex="4" onkeypress="return CommonKeyPressIsAlpha(event);"/></td>
</tr>


I have assigned style(style4) to a label "Customer name" and style(body-fieldsTextFields) to text box.

When i use Struts-tag

When i see this page in firebug.
It displays text field with style(body-fieldsTextFields) applied, When i run project... But Customer name label is displayed in separate row <tr><td>Customer name</td></tr>.

And text field is displayed in below table row <tr>.

how to apply style4 to Customer name label and body-fieldsTextFields style to all textfields and also how can i make both label and text field to be displayed in same row ???

Thanks..
 
Robin John
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Struts 2 tags create their own table structure... so you cant do anything to remove them...

Good news: Struts2 comes with three themes: xhtml, simple and css_xhtml. Try exploring each of them, they might help..

You can also create your own custom themes, look HERE

Also try putting them in <div> tags...
 
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