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Sample236.html using barcode drawer for jboss control to generate, create barcode pdf417 image in jboss applications. Microsoft Official Website <!DOCTYP j2ee pdf417 E HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2//EN"> <HTML> <HEAD><TITLE> Sample 236 - Example 1-36 Table Style Caveats 2</TITLE> <STYLE TYPE="text/CSS"> <!-TD all.BLUETEXT all.

GENERAL { color: red; font-size: 44pt; background-color: black; } { color: blue; font-size: 34pt; background-color: aqua; } { color: lime; font-size: 34pt; padding: 5px; float: center; text-align: center; background-image: url(./JPEG-FILES/icon-BG-stars.jpg); } { color: white; font-size: 74pt; background-image: url(.

/JPEG-FILES/ICON-HorizontalRainbow1.jpg); } { color: yellow; font-size: 64pt; background-color: blue; } { color: black; font-size: 44pt; background-image: url(./JPEG-FILES/ICON-HorizontalRainbow4.

jpg); } { color: black; font-size: 14pt; text-indent: 45px;} { color: green; } { color: fuchsia; }. all.RAINBOW1 #YELLOWTEXT #RAINBOW4 P #GREENTEXT #FUCHSIATEXT --> </STYLE></HEAD> <BODY BGCOLOR="GRAY"> <H1 CLASS="GENERAL">This is Sample 236</H1> Part I D y n a m i c H T M L <TABLE B pdf417 for Java ORDER="15" CELLPADDING="5" CELLSPACING="5" WIDTH="500"> <TR> <TD> <TD CLASS="BLUETEXT"> <TD CLASS="BLUETEXT" ID="YELLOWTEXT"> <TD CLASS="BLUETEXT" ID="GREENTEXT"> <TD CLASS="BLUETEXT" ID="RAINBOW4"> </TR> <TR> <TD CLASS="GENERAL"> <TD CLASS="GENERAL" ID="YELLOWTEXT"> <TD CLASS="RAINBOW1" ID="GREENTEXT"> <TD CLASS="RAINBOW1" ID="RAINBOW4"> <TD CLASS="RAINBOW1" ID="FUCHSIATEXT"> </TR> </TABLE> <P> The first cell gets the STYLE that"s attached to all TD cells which is the first Style in the code. All of the other 9 cells have overriding CLASSes and IDs attached to them. Cells 2 through 5 have CLASS BLUETEXT which makes them have 34 point blue text on an aqua background but Cell 3 overrides the CLASS BLUETEXT because it has ID YELLOWTEXT which changes the text to 64 point yellow on a blue background.

Cell 4 has ID GREENTEXT which changes only the color of the text to green and the rest of the CLASS BLUETEXT is intact. Cell 5 has ID RAINBOW4 which changes the text to 44 point black and adds a background image. </P> <P> In the second row Cell 6 has CLASS GENERAL.

Cell 7 overrides some of the CLASS GENERAL with ID YELLOWTEXT which causes the text to be 64 point yellow. Notice that the background color of blue does not show because the background image of CLASS GENERAL has precedence. In Cell 8 the ID GREENTEXT only changes the color of the text to green and keeps all of CLASS RAINBOW1"s other Properites intact.

In Cell 9 the background image of ID RAINBOW4 overrides the background image of CLASS RAINBOW1 and the text is changed to black 44 point. In Cell 10 ID FUCHSIATEXT only overrides the text color from white to fuchsia so the rest of the CLASS RAINBOW1 is implemented. </P> </BODY> </HTML>.

1 2 3 4 5. </TD> </TD> </TD> </TD> </TD> 6 7 8 9 10. </TD> </TD> </TD> </TD> </TD> Example 1-3 7 focuses on the fact that, practically speaking, you cannot assign a CLASS of STYLE to a TABLE ROW (TR) Element. It shows what happens when you do, that the background color of the CLASS does get implemented but nothing else. If you have a situation where background color is all you need, then go ahead, but the TH or TD Elements would be more useful.

. CHAPTER 1 Style Sheets Example 1-37: Sample237.html <!DOCTYP PDF417 for Java E HTML PUBLIC "-//W3C//DTD HTML 3.2//EN"> <HTML> <HEAD> <TITLE> Sample 237 - Example 1-37 Table Style Caveats 3</TITLE> <STYLE TYPE="text/CSS"> <!-all.OLIVETEXT all.

REDTEXT all.BLUETEXT P --> </STYLE> </HEAD> <BODY BGCOLOR="GRAY"> <H1 CLASS="REDTEXT">This is Sample 237</H1> <TABLE BORDER="15" CELLPADDING="5" CELLSPACING="5" WIDTH="500"> <TR CLASS="OLIVETEXT"> <TH> <TH> <TH CLASS="REDTEXT"> <TH> <TH CLASS="BLUETEXT"> </TR> </TABLE> <P> Notice that TH Cells with 1,2 and 4 inherit the background color of white from the OLIVETEXT CLASS but not the text color or font size. Realistically this severely limits the usefulness of a CLASS for a TR.

</P> <P> However the CLASSes in the TH Cells of 3 and 5 work just fine. Remember that if you want to use a background image in a TH you have to nest it inside another Element like a BLOCKQUOTE or CITE Element. Use an Element that you won"t need for anything else.

The TD Element does not have this limitation so you can include a background image Property directly in its CLASS. </P> </BODY> </HTML> { color: olive; font-size: 24pt; background-color: white; } { color: red; font-size: 54pt; background-color: black; } { color: blue; font-size: 74pt; background-color: aqua; } { color: black; font-size: 14pt; text-indent: 45px;}. 1 2 3 4 5.
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