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ADF Faces provides a number of components that you can use to define the overall layout of the page. JDeveloper includes pre-defined page layouts that use these layout components to provide you with a quick and easy way to correctly determine the layout of your pages.

In the Create JSF Page dialog, if you select Quick Start Layout and click Bro wse , you can choose from one, two, or three column layouts, and then determine how you want the columns to behave. For example, you may want a two column layout with a fixed width (locked) left column and a stretched right column:

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When you use a quick start layout option, JDeveloper adds the components necessary to display the layout. For example:

                                <?xml version='1.0' encoding='windows-1252'?> <jsp:root xmlns:jsp="#" version="2.1"           xmlns:f="#"           xmlns:h="#"           xmlns:af="http://xmlns.oracle.com/adf/faces/rich">   <jsp:directive.page contentType="text/html;charset=windows-1252"/>   <f:view>     <af:document..>       <af:form..>         <af:panelStretchLayout startWidth="100px"..>           <f:facet name="start"/>           <f:facet name="center">             <!-- id="af_twocol_left_sidebar_stretched"   -->           </f:facet>         </af:panelStretchLayout>       </af:form>     </af:document>   </f:view> </jsp:root>
                            

Once your page file is created, you can add UI components and work with the page source.

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