10.4. Style sheets

CSS or cascading style sheets give you the ability to control many aspects of your page layout, including headers, links, text, fonts, styles, color, and margins. You can browse your local file system for a CSS, turn it into a shared resource, and then insert it into a page, form, or subform.

For more information about cascading style sheets, visit W3.org’s site at:



This feature is new in Domino 6.

Create a new style sheet resource

Expand Shared Resources in the Design pane.
Select Style Sheets from the list of resources; see Figure 10-9 on page 331.
Figure 10-9. Style Sheets design element

Click New Style Sheet Resource. The Browse dialog box opens. Only files with a CSS ...

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