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how to change style of h:messages in code

Balaji Kadam
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Joined: Apr 27, 2010
Posts: 31

Hi all,

in my jsf page i have added message using h:messages which will show message for all component including info and error messages.

but i want info messages to be display as blue and error as red.

i was trying to apply css class but it shows same for all messages

anybody know how to do this?

Thanks
Balaji
Louis Bros
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Joined: Jun 03, 2011
Posts: 54

Hi,

The '<h:messages />' component has the attributes 'infoClass' and 'errorClass' class you could use.

Ta


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Tim Holloway
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As a general rule, anything that affects appearances in JSF is handled by CSS. JSF figured that there was already something that worked, so why re-invent it?

Of course, JSF View Definition Language is a higher-level VDL than raw HTML is, so there are often specialized sub-component CSS attributes such as the ones that Louis mentioned.


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