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Correct content-type

I received a call that an ‘aged’ Domino application was causing problems in IE9. Stylesheets documents created by a form were not strict text/css but text/html instead.   Even though the On Web Access Content-type form properties were set correct.

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Download: Twitter Bootstrap in Domino Blog

Have you sometimes the feeling that in case you know too much it may be used against you? Recently I posted how to include Twitter Bootstrap in the IBM Domino Blog template.  Some time ago I blogged frequently about administrating that

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Code templates in DDE: demonstration of CSS template.

In presentation AD103 ‘Embracing the EclipseTM Within’ Maureen Leland says (slide 14): Code templates can be a tremendous time saver, and help implement common team conventions Well received for LotusScript, but also available for: Java CSS HTML XML If you take stylesheets

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Printer-friendly CSS for OneUI?

I have an application which is based heavy on the XPages Framework available on OpenNTF. When printing a document most of the images used for styling disappear. However I would like to provide an even more printer-friendly style-sheet. For example

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View control messed up in Declan’s template

For those of you who would like to use Declan Sciolla-Lynch’s XPage framework as a default development template I have a warning when using View controls. It will lack the default presentation layer as you expect it would look like.

Posted in CSS, XPages

XPages – Converting an existing Domino application

I would like t o quote a famous Dutch soccer trainer Ben jij nou zo dom of ben ik nou zo slim? Translated into English it would be something like: Am you so dumb or am I now so smart?

Posted in CSS, XPages

jQuery TreeView Menu from Notes View

I was looking for a way to get a web publishing toolkit in Notes away from displaying documents in a frameset. The frameset consists of several frames: a header section a leftside navigation section a main or content section The

Posted in Agent, CSS, JavaScript, LotusScript, Show N Tell Thursday

Pagination on a View in the Notes client

A problem with Notes Views is that when they contain a lot of documents scrolling becomes inevitable. Even when you apply categorized columns it will become necessary that users click through the Views. An option would be that you just

Posted in @Formula, CSS, JavaScript, Lotus Notes, LotusScript, Show N Tell Thursday, sntt, UI

Elastic Calendar Styling with CSS

Today is my last day in the office before I will enjoy a well deserved summer holidays (here in Sweden my Swedish collegues are already 3 weeks ahead of me). So this last day I was pretty much done with

Posted in Agent, CSS, Lotus Domino
I am Patrick Kwinten. I am a IBM Notes Domino Product Specialist since 1996. With this blog I am trying to give my contribution to the community.
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