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HTML Fragment form - Completing the Pages & Classes tab

HTML Fragment form - Completing the Pages & Classes tab

Identify what is known about the class of each page that is referenced in the source HTML on the HTML tab. See Defining the pages and classes of a rule for basic instructions.

If at runtime the class of the primary page is not listed on this tab, the system uses @baseclass as the class of the primary page. If the class of the primary page is identified on this tab (with the Page Name field blank), the class of that page is assumed as the primary page, both when you save the rule and at runtime.

Field Description
Page Name Optional. Enter the name of a clipboard page referenced by the source HTML.

Optionally, add a row with the keyword Top as the page name, to identify a top-level page. The Top keyword allows you to use the syntax Top.propertyref on then HTML tab to identify properties.

Class Optional. Enter the expected class of that page.

About HTML Fragment rules

  • About HTML Fragment rules

    Use HTML fragment rules to define universally available HTML parts, such as style sheets and scripts, including JavaScript files. During stream processing, a JavaServer Pages (JSP) tag can insert this text into other HTML rule instances.

  • HTML Fragment rules - Completing the New or Save As form

    HTML Fragment rules

  • More about HTML Fragment rules

    Use HTML fragment rules to define universally available HTML parts, such as style sheets and scripts, including JavaScript files. During stream processing, a JavaServer Pages (JSP) tag can insert this text into other HTML rule instances.

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