How to use CSS in JSPs?
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Posted By:   Aarun_Jones
Posted On:   Wednesday, May 11, 2005 06:47 PM

I've some styles defined in a css file and I would like to use them in my jsp file, how can I use that?

Say I've defined th { color:blue }
In jsp, I've used the


		....
		

And then for th I use
			
.
But, when the JSP is rendered I don't see the blue color text. I tried with
			
.
Even then I do not see the style I've picked up.

Re: How to use CSS in JSPs?

Posted By:   Sherbir_S  
Posted On:   Monday, May 16, 2005 05:47 AM



Hi Aarun,
Seems u r making a serious basic mistake here !!

In ur CSS file, u define the header "th" or a class "th" ?

Well, if u define the header th directly, then u do not need
2 specify as . The style will automatically be inherited wherever u use the "th" tag in
the JSP.

In case u specify a class for the "th", then I u must do so
in the CSS :

.thClass
{
color:blue;
}


and then in the JSP, where u define the "th" tag, u use:


Hope this Helps...

Cheers !!

Sherbir

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