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From Johannes Wolfgang Woger <>
Subject Re: How to get tiles to respect different bachground colors of it s pages?
Date Fri, 11 Jun 2004 11:50:42 GMT
Thank you works fine.


Paul McCulloch wrote:

>I think should only have one <body> element in a single html page. The
>component pages you refer to should *not* be well formed html pages in their
>own right. The complete page as rendered by tiles should be a well formed
>html page with a single <body> element.
>I'd put each of your component pages (i.e. html fragments) within a <div>
>which will allow you to control their appearance,.
>>-----Original Message-----
>>From: Johannes Wolfgang Woger []
>>Sent: 11 June 2004 11:30
>>To: Struts Users Mailing List
>>Subject: How to get tiles to respect different bachground 
>>colors of its
>>I have a webapp that uses tiles (-definitions). I allways get 
>>a single 
>>background color
>>even if the component pages have different <body bgcolor='xxxxxx'>
>>or reference different css (giving other background: color=#yyyyyy).
>>Any suggestions?
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