Ashruf Hussain

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Recent posts by Ashruf Hussain

Hi All,

I have a requirement where I need to come up with a feature to allow commenting on a given input text field.
It is exactly like a feature in Excel sheets, where commenting feature is built-in, the only difference here it is expected to
be a JSF component.

Any ideas would be greatly helpful.

Thank you,
Hussain
15 years ago
JSF
Hi All,

Are there any plugins/tools available for eclipse project (or workspace) and highlight any unused jars?

Thank you,
Hussain
Hi Jilesh,

For example, from the given HTML string '<U><FONT color='#cc0000' size='3'><FONT face='Verdana, Arial, Helvetica, sans-serif'><B>Good Morning</B></FONT></FONT></U><FONT size='2'><I>hi there</I></FONT>'

...after removing HTML tags, the remaining text output would look like:
'Good Morning hi there'.

Thank you
Hussain
15 years ago
Hi All,

I have a requirement to disallow HTML tags, so I am looking for a way to remove the HTML tags altogether from the given HTML file.


Thanks in advance,
Hussain
15 years ago
Hi All,

My web application is working good with one configuration file where it uses @page property in XhtmlNamespaceHandler.css to set the landscape orientation.
The application now needs portrait orientation in few of the places; at runtime how do I refer to a different stylesheet OR configuration folder.

Thanks in advance,
HM
Hi All,

I need to generate pdfs from html in two layouts; Landscape & Portrait.

I am using @page XhtmlNamespaceHandler.css to set the orientation of the page for the pdf. It is working good for one orientation at a time. Now there is a new requirement that application need to support both orientations. Please help.

Note: I am using core-render.jar from xhtmlrenderer.dev.java.net.

Thanks
hm