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Is there any place in struts.apache.org describing what the body content of say [html:submit] should become in the final HTML? I know it should become the label of the HTML submit button thru testing. However, this kind of information seems missing in the official documentation. e.g.

http://struts.apache.org/1.3.8/struts-taglib/tlddoc/html/tld-summary.html

only says what attributes the tags should contain but never mention the body content of the tags. Is there some other specific places I should look for to get this kind of information?
 
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Hello Alec,

What I know about the tags you mentioned is that they are changed into HTML tags in the end. For the tags that have a body, the body is just evaluated, and put as is.
 
It is sorta covered in the JavaRanch Style Guide.
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