Styling: NoTag

Oracle® JavaScript Extension Toolkit (JET)
9.2.0

F30740-01

Version:
  • 9.2.0
.oj-body

When tags are not themed by default, you can create a body tag and add class="oj-body"

A 'notag' CSS file is supplied with JET that does not theme tags by default (the Redwood file is named oj-redwood-notag-min.css for example). If you are using the 'notag' CSS file but want the JET styling for a Body tag then you can add class="oj-body".

NOTE: if you are not using the 'notag' CSS file then it is not necessary to add the class as JET will automatically style the Body tag.

Example
<body class="oj-body">
<!-- content -->
</body>
.oj-header

When tags are not themed by default, you can Create a heading tag (h1 to h6) and add class="oj-header".

A 'notag' CSS file is supplied with JET that does not theme tags by default (the Redwood file is named oj-redwood-notag-min.css for example). If you are using the 'notag' CSS file but want the JET styling for a heading tag then you can add class="oj-header".

NOTE: if you are not using the 'notag' CSS file then it is not necessary to add the class as JET will automatically style the heading tag.

Example
<h2 class="oj-header">Notag Heading </h2>
.oj-hr

When tags are not themed by default, you can create a hr tag and add class="oj-hr"

A 'notag' CSS file is supplied with JET that does not theme tags by default (the Redwood file is named oj-redwood-notag-min.css for example). If you are using the 'notag' CSS file but want the JET styling for a Horizontal tag then you can add class="oj-hr".

NOTE: if you are not using the 'notag' CSS file then it is not necessary to add the class as JET will automatically style the Horizontal tag.

Example
<hr class="oj-hr"></hr>

When tags are not themed by default, you can Create a link tag and add class="oj-link"

A 'notag' CSS file is supplied with JET that does not theme tags by default (the Redwood file is named oj-redwood-notag-min.css for example). If you are using the 'notag' CSS file but want the JET styling for a Link tag then you can add class="oj-link".

NOTE: if you are not using the 'notag' CSS file then it is not necessary to add the class as JET will automatically style the Link tag.

Example
<a class="oj-link">Notag Link </a>
.oj-ol

When tags are not themed by default, you can create a ol tag and add class="oj-ol"

A 'notag' CSS file is supplied with JET that does not theme tags by default (the Redwood file is named oj-redwood-notag-min.css for example). If you are using the 'notag' CSS file but want the JET styling for a OrderedList tag then you can add class="oj-ol".

NOTE: if you are not using the 'notag' CSS file then it is not necessary to add the class as JET will automatically style the OrderedList tag.

Example
<ol class="oj-ol">
<!-- content -->
</ol>
.oj-p

When tags are not themed by default, you can create a Paragraph tag and add class="oj-p"

A 'notag' CSS file is supplied with JET that does not theme tags by default (the Redwood file is named oj-redwood-notag-min.css for example). If you are using the 'notag' CSS file but want the JET styling for a paragraph tag then you can add class="oj-p".

NOTE: if you are not using the 'notag' CSS file then it is not necessary to add the class as JET will automatically style the paragraph tag.

Example
<p class="oj-p">Notag paragraph </p>
.oj-ul

When tags are not themed by default, you can create a ul tag and add class="oj-ul"

A 'notag' CSS file is supplied with JET that does not theme tags by default (the Redwood file is named oj-redwood-notag-min.css for example). If you are using the 'notag' CSS file but want the JET styling for a Unordered List Tag then you can add class="oj-ul".

NOTE: if you are not using the 'notag' CSS file then it is not necessary to add the class as JET will automatically style the Unordered List tag.

Example
<ul class="oj-ul">
<!-- content -->
</ul>