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Mastering XPages: A Step-by-Step Guide to XPages Application Development and the XSP Language by Tony McGuckin, Mark Wallace, Martin Donnelly

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Appendix B. XSP Style Class Reference

For each of the themes provided by XPages in a Notes/Domino 8.5.2 installation, there are several XPages-specific CSS files included over and above those that are specific to the theme. Each of these CSS files is prefixed with xsp to denote its special use by the XPages runtime. Subsequently, each CSS style class within these CSS files is also prefixed with xsp to denote its relationship to XPages. This appendix describes both the XPages CSS files and style classes.

XSP CSS Files

As Table B.1 shows, there are ten different XPages CSS files. You can find these within your Notes/Domino 8.5.2 installation within the following location:

<Notes/Domino>\data\domino\java\xsp\theme\<Theme>

Table B.1 The XPages ...

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