Good, Scott; Newberry, Henry: HND105 The Ultimate Make-Over of an IBM Lotus Domino Site Using CSS

In this session, you'll learn how quickly and easily you can apply Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to a standard Lotus Domino application to transform the way it looks and works from the Web. Starting with a standard Lotus Domino discussion database, we'll show you how to get rid of the framesets, Jav...

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HND105 The Ultimate Make-Over of an IBM Lotus Domino Site Using CSS
Scott Good; Henry Newberry / 23.01.2007 18:30:00

In this session, you'll learn how quickly and easily you can apply Cascading Style Sheets (CSS) to a standard Lotus Domino application to transform the way it looks and works from the Web. Starting with a standard Lotus Domino discussion database, we'll show you how to get rid of the framesets, Java applets, and in-line formatting by applying simple CSS rules and techniques. Along the way, you'll get take-home tools for doing Web calendaring, address book lookups and more. All of the tools, along with the finished demonstration database, will be available for you to take home for further study and use. This session is a must for developers who want to leverage their expertise to make effective user Interfaces quickly and easily! ** The corresponding breakout session for this hands-on is "BP306How to Make IBM Lotus Domino Sites That Don't Look (or Act) Like Lotus Domino." Please refer to the Pocket Agenda for date, time and location information.

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