XML Server Getting Started
Controlling look and feel of XMLSP objects
Although both HTML and CSS offer certain ways of controlling look and feel fonts, position & size of controls etc.
capabilities of Cascading Style Sheets by far exceed those of HTML itself. In addition, with the most of the XMLSP objects
implemented as custom behavior based elements, CSS is the only universal mechanism of controlling look and feel that
should be used on XMLSP screens.
This document is not going to cover CSS in any detail. Instead we recommend the on line
CSS reference in Microsoft
Development Network (MSDN) Library.
Enhancing previous example, where
customers took default size of 400 by 300 pixels, we can set it to 800 by
300 pixels area with an inset border: (
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