Customizing the look and feel of Tersus applications
Customizing look and feel is possible on several levels. This has ultimately enabled us to implement even our web site as a Tersus application. The Tersus web site application is available for download, with a different set of styles, from http://www.tersus.com/#Id=139.
Here's a list summarizing look and feel customization strategies and options:
Specifying a style class for a single display elementThis is achieved using an html.styleClass shared property or by adding a <Style Class> text element to the display and setting it dynamically through modelling. The styles should be defined in the file [project root]/web/stylesheet.css.
Using model properties to control visual behaviorA list of all properties (divided into shared and local properties) is available in http://www.tersus.com/#Id=981.Note:
Using HTML Tag elementsTersus provides the Display/HTML Tag element which can be used to embed any HTML tag you wish and use the entire set of attributes of the tag used.
Using HTML templatesTersus can embed html created in an external editor and use it as a template for any part of the view, adding modeled behavior to buttons and fields in the template - see Import HTML Template wizard.
I hope this provides some food for thought.
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