This tag library implements the standard JSF HTML tags. inputHidden, Renders as an HTML input tag with its type set to "hidden". Unless otherwise specified. When authoring a composite component, use of this tag library is largely optional, though always recommended. xmlns:h="uhdeltaupsilon.com". In this chapter, you will learn about various types of basic JSF tags. JSF provides a standard HTML tag library. These tags get rendered into corresponding html.
Support for Facelets tag libraries in addition to JavaServer Faces and JSTL jsf: id. Tags to support HTML5-friendly markup. Pass-through Attributes Tag Library. This chapter covers the core library and most of the HTML tags in the JSF applications requires a good grasp of the JSF tag libraries. Development of compelling JSF applications requires a good grasp of the JSF tag libraries. This chapter covers the core library and most of the.
We have already seen examples of JSF tags from the HTML (h:) and Core (f:) The core library contains the tags that are independent of HTML rendering. JSF provides a standard HTML tag library which are rendered into corresponding html output. In order to use these these tags we need to use the following. The following table of attributes for the JSF HTML tag library indicates whether or not the attribute value is supported for either validation or content assist. The is only available in Facelets tag library of JSF. to migrate JSP to its successor Facelets in order to utilize the new JSF 2.x specific tags/attributes.