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highly customising view layer

Luke Murphy
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Hi,
Suppose you have a requirement to allow individual users create their own look and feel. Change screen and move things around the screen.
JSF allows a lot of component manipulation in the managed bean. So you could put logic in to check a user and then disable or hide components. But what about giving each users their own .CSS? Or changing layout?
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