Selectors for Skinning ADF Faces Components

Overview

This document lists the skin-selectors that can be used in an ADF Faces skin .css file to skin ADF Faces components.
         Examples of some ADF Faces Skin selectors:
         /* Global selectors affect more than one component */
         .AFDefaultFontFamily:alias {
           font-family: Tahoma, Verdana, Helvetica, sans-serif;
         }

         /* Component-specific selector.  */
         af|inputText::content
         {
           background-color: red;
         }
         

Global Selectors

Global Selectors are selectors that affect more than one component. If the selector name ends in the :alias pseudo-class, then the selector is most likely included in other component-specific selectors. Defining properties for a selector that ends in :alias will most likely affect the skin for more than one component. For example, most, if not all of our components use the .AFDefaultFontFamily:alias definition to specify the font-family. If your skin overrides the .AFDefaultFontFamily:alias selector with a different font-family, that change will affect all the components that have included it in their selector definition.

Color

The core and accent color ramps are included in other components. Then to change the color scheme, you would change these core/accent color ramps and it will affect all the components it is including in.

Color->Unclassified Color

Colors that are not classified as either Anchor, Derivative, or Specialty colors.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFVeryDarkBackground:alias The darkest background color in the core color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFVeryDarkForeground:alias The darkest foreground color in the core color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFDarkBackground:alias The dark background color in the core color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFDarkForeground:alias The dark foreground color in the core color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFMediumBackground:alias The medium background color in the core color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFMediumForeground:alias The medium foreground color in the core color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightBackground:alias The light background color in the core color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightForeground:alias The light foreground color in the core color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFVeryLightBackground:alias The very light background color in the core color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFVeryLightForeground:alias The very light foreground color in the core color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFVeryDarkAccentBackground:alias The darkest background color in the accent color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFVeryDarkAccentForeground:alias The darkest foreground color in the accent color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFDarkAccentBackground:alias The dark background color in the accent color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFDarkAccentForeground:alias The dark foreground color in the accent color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFMediumAccentBackground:alias The medium background color in the accent color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFMediumAccentForeground:alias The medium foreground color in the accent color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightAccentBackground:alias The light background color in the accent color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightAccentForeground:alias The light foreground color in the accent color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFVeryLightAccentBackground:alias The lightest background color in the accent color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFVeryLightAccentForeground:alias The lightest foreground color in the accent color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFBrightBackground:alias A bright background color that is often used when hovering Only used by fusion skins.
.AFBrightForeground:alias A bright foreground color that is often used when hovering Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightBrightBackground:alias A light bright background color that is often used when hovering Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightBrightForeground:alias A light bright foreground color that is often used when hovering Only used by fusion skins.
.AFHighlightBackground:alias A light color that often indicates "inactive selected", for example this color might be used on a table row that is selected when the table does not have focus. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFDarkestNeutralBackground:alias This is the darkest background color in the neutral color ramp, for example black. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFDarkestNeutralForeground:alias This is the darkest foreground color in the neutral color ramp, for example black. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightNeutralBackground:alias The light background color in the neutral color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightNeutralForeground:alias The light foreground color in the neutral color ramp. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightestNeutralBackground:alias The lightest background color in the neutral color ramp, for example white. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightestNeutralForeground:alias The lightest foreground color in the neutral color ramp, for example white. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFDisabledBackground:alias The disabled background color used to color components in a disabled state, like disabled buttons or content in a disabled inputText. Only used by fusion skins.

Color->Anchor Color

The core anchor color aliases.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFBrandingBackgroundColor:alias Background color for the branding area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFShadowColor:alias Shadow color for popup and windows. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBackgroundColor:alias A background color used for the main content area of your page. For example, the background color for the content area of the selected tab or the the background color for the decorative box theme = default/light. See also AFBackground2Color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFComponentBackgroundColor:alias Color used in many of our data view and container components for the background of their content areas. For example, the content body background of the PanelAccordion or the background of cells in a table. By default, this is the same color as the AFBackgroundColor. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalTextColor:alias Color of text in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalLabelColor:alias Color of labels in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBrandingLinkColor:alias Color of links in the branding area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFTextColor:alias Color of the default font for text. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFTextAltColor:alias Color of the foreground of badge. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBadgeBorderColor:alias Color of the border of badge. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonGradientStartDisabledColor:alias Start color for disabled button gradient background. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonGradientStartHoverColor:alias Start color for button gradient background during hover. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFHoverPrimaryColor:alias An accent color used sparingly in select components, generally for highlighting on hover. For example, splitter control highlight on hover or table row header on hover. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFHoverSecondaryColor:alias An accent color used sparingly in select components, generally for highlighting on hover. For example, table cell background color on hover. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGridCellSelectedInactiveColor:alias Color used in many of our grid style components (ie. Table, Pivot Table, Calendar, Scheduling Gannt). Specifically, the grid cell background color when selected and inactive. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFActiveDataColor:alias Active data background color when twinkle is on. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalLinkColor:alias The color for links in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFDropTargetColor:alias Color used during drag and drop. Specifically, the backround color of the drop target. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFHeaderTextColor:alias Color used as for header text across our components. For example, the titles in PanelHeader, Query, and PanelAccordion. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFRequiredColor:alias Color of required field indicator for form components. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFFormControlContentBorderColor:alias Border color for form control content. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFFormControlContentColor:alias Background color for form control content. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFTabColor:alias Default background color of tabs in PanelTabbed and NavigationPane (hint=tabs). Only used by skyros skins.
.AFPanelBorderColor:alias Border color used in many of our panel components such as panelBox, panelHeader etc. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGridDragLineColor:alias Color used in many of our grid style components (ie. Table, Pivot Table, Calendar, Scheduling Gannt). Specifically, the grid drag line color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBackground2Color:alias A background color used in the main content area of your page. This background color is typically used when providing a layered look in the content area. For example, the background color for the decorative box theme = medium. See also AFBackgroundColor. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonGradientStartActiveColor:alias Start gradient background color for button in active state. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGridCellActiveColor:alias Color used in many of our grid style components (ie. Table, Pivot Table, Calendar, Scheduling Gannt). Specifically, the background color for a grid cell in active state. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonGradientStartColor:alias The start gradient color for a button. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalRequiredColor:alias Color of required field indicator for form components in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalBackgroundColor:alias Default background color in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBackgroundBorderColor:alias A border color used for the main content area of your page. For example, the border color for the content area of the selected tab or the the background color for the decorative box theme = default/light. See also AFBackgroundBorder2Color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalTabColor:alias Default background color of tabs in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFWindowBorderColor:alias Window barder color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFAccordionHeaderGradientStartColor:alias Accordion header start gradient background color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFSelectedColor:alias Color used to indicate a selected state. For example, background color for the selected node in a tree or background of selected choice in a dropdown. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFSliderTickMarkColor:alias Slider tick mark color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGridControlColor:alias Color used in many of our grid style components (ie. Table, Pivot Table, Calendar, Scheduling Gannt). For example, the background of the column header, status bar, footer row of the table and the legend area and header in Scheduling Gantt. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFLinkColor:alias The default foreground color for links. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGridControl2Color:alias Color used in many of our grid style components (ie. Table, Pivot Table, Calendar, Scheduling Gannt). For example, the row headers in the table or the filter bar in the pivot table. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFTextDisabledColor:alias Color of disabled text. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalLinkDisabledColor:alias Color of disabled links in global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBrandingLinkDisabledColor:alias Color of disabled links in branding area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFFormControlContentDisabledColor:alias Disabled form control content background color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBackground2BorderTopColor:alias A top border color used in the main content area of your page. This border color corresponds with the AFBackground2Color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFLinkActiveColor:alias Color for links in the active state. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFLinkVisitedColor:alias Color for links in the visited state. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFLinkVisitedColor:alias Color for links in the visited state. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBrandingLinkActiveColor:alias Color for active links in the branding area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBrandingLinkVisitedColor:alias Color for visited links in the branding area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBrandingTextColor:alias Color of the text in the branding area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalLinkActiveColor:alias Color for active links in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalLinkVisitedColor:alias Color for visited links in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalLinkVisitedColor:alias Color for visited links in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.

Color->Derivative Color

Color aliases are are derivatives of the core anchor color aliases.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFTextPrimaryColor:alias Color used sparingly in select components. It is stronger than the default font color. For example, the header, row and footer labels in the table and the selected tab text. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFLabelColor:alias Color used for form control labels. It is slightly lighter than the default font color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFTextSecondaryColor:alias Color used sparingly in select components. It is slightly lighter than the default font color. For example, instrucional text. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFTextTertiaryColor:alias Color used sparingly in select components. It is lighter than the default font color. For example, placeholder text in inputText. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonBorderDisabledColor:alias Color used for disabled button borders. It is slightly deeper than the disabled button background gradient start. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonGradientEndDisabledColor:alias End color for disabled button gradient background. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGridCellBorderColor:alias Color used in many of our grid style components (ie. Table, Pivot Table, Calendar, Scheduling Gannt). Specifically, the grid cell border color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFHelpBorderColor:alias Help border color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFComponentBackground2Color:alias A secondary color used in some of our data view and container components. This is slightly stronger color than the AFComponentBackgroundColor to provide contrast. For example, the background of the banded data cells of the background color of a modal dialog. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonGradientEndHoverColor:alias End color for button gradient background during hover. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonBorderBottomHoverColor:alias Bottom border color for button during hover. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonBorderHoverColor:alias Top, left, and right border color for button during hover. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGridControlSelectedInactiveColor:alias Color used in many of our grid style components (ie. Table, Pivot Table, Calendar, Scheduling Gannt). Specifically, the background color for the header when selected and inactive. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFDropTarget2Color:alias Second drop target color used during drag and drop in some components. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFTabBorderDisabledColor:alias Disabled tab border color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFPanelBorder2Color:alias Second panel border color used acro components such as Table and Calendar. See also AFPanelBorderColor Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBackgroundBorderTopColor:alias Background top border color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFAccordionBorderColor:alias Accordion border color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFBackground2BorderColor:alias Background left, top, and right border color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonBorderTopActiveColor:alias Top border color for button in active state. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonBorderActiveColor:alias Left, top, and right border color for an active button. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFProgressCurrentValueColor:alias Progress current value color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonBorderBottomColor:alias Bottom border color for a button. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonBorderColor:alias Left, top, and right border color for a button. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalSelectedColor:alias Default selected color in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalSelectedBorderColor:alias Default border color on selected items in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalTabDisabledColor:alias Disabled tab background color in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonGradientEndActiveColor:alias End gradient background color for a button in active state. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFButtonGradientEndColor:alias The end gradient color for a button. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalProgressCurrentValueColor:alias Progress current value color in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGridControlSelectedColor:alias Color used in many of our grid style components (ie. Table, Pivot Table, Calendar, Scheduling Gannt). For example, the background color for the header when in selected state. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFSliderTickMarkZeroColor:alias Slider tick mark at zero color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalTabBorderColor:alias Tab border color in global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFAccordionHeaderGradientEndColor:alias Accordion header end gradient background color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFTabBorderColor:alias Default tab border color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFTabDisabledColor:alias Disabled Tab background color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFDateSelectedColor:alias Selected date background color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGlobalTabBorderDisabledColor:alias Border color for a disabled tab in the global area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFGridControlActiveColor:alias Color used in many of our grid style components (ie. Table, Pivot Table, Calendar, Scheduling Gannt). For example, the background color for the header when in active state. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFListSeparatorColor:alias List separator color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFLinkDisabledColor:alias Disabled link color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFFormControlContentBorderDisabledColor:alias Disabled form control content border color. Only used by skyros skins.

Color->Specialty Color

Infrequently used specialty color aliases.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFCodeEditorBackgroundColor:alias Background color for the code editor. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFProgressBackgroundColor:alias Background color for progress area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFCodeEditorLineNumberTextColor:alias Line number text color for code editor. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFSwatchBorderColor:alias Swatch border color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFErrorColor:alias Color to distinguish errors. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFCodeEditorErrorColor:alias Color to distinguish errors in code editor. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFWarningColor:alias Color to distinguish warnings. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFCodeEditorWarningColor:alias Color to distinguish warnings in code editor. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFPanelBoxHighlightMediumColor:alias PanelBox highlight medium color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFPanelBoxHighlightLightColor:alias PanelBox highlight light color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFCodeEditorAreaHighlightColor:alias Code editor highlight color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFFreezeLineColor:alias Freeze line color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFCodeEditorLineNumberBorderColor:alias Code editor line number border color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFSliderDisabledColor:alias Color used for disabled tick mark in the slider. It is lighter than the default font color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFSliderBarColor:alias Slider slide bar color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFPanelBoxHighlightDarkColor:alias PanelBox highlight dark color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFCarouselFocusBorderColor:alias Carousel focus border color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFCodeEditorAreaActiveColor:alias Background color for code editor active area. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFPanelBoxCoreDarkColor:alias PanelBox core dark color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFCodeEditorToolbarBackgroundColor:alias Code editor toolbar background color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFCodeEditorTextDisabledColor:alias Code editor disabled text color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFDateDisabledColor:alias Color used for numeral text of for disabled days in the inputDate component. It is lighter than the default font color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFDateNextColor:alias Next date color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFSliderNumeralColor:alias Slider numeral color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFPageStampTextColor:alias Page stamp text color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFCodeEditorBackgroundDisabledColor:alias Code Editor disabled background color. Only used by skyros skins.
.AFSliderThumbTextColor:alias Slider thumb text color. Only used by skyros skins.

Font

Font aliases.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFDefaultFont:alias Specifies the default font for the skin. This style defines both the default font family (as specified by the AFDefaultFontFamily named style), the default font size, and default font weight.
.AFDefaultBoldFont:alias Includes AFDefaultFont:alias, and sets the font-weight to bold.
.AFDefaultFontFamily:alias Specifies the default font family list ("font-family" property) for the skin.
.AFDefaultFontSize:alias Specifies the default font size ("font-size" property) for the skin (new in alta).
.AFSmallHeaderFont:alias Specifies the font for small sized header text.
.AFMediumHeaderFont:alias Specifies the font for medium sized header text.
.AFLargeHeaderFont:alias Specifies the font for large sized header text.

Text

Text aliases.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFTextForeground:alias Specifies the color of the font for text. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightTextForeground:alias Specifies the color of lighter text in the page, typically used against darker themes background. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightLabelTextForeground:alias Specifies the color of lighter label text in the page, typically used against darker themes background. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTextBackground:alias Specifies the background-color of the font for text. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFErrorTextForeground:alias Style that is used for the color of error text. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFInstructionText Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFInstructionTextDisabled Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFFieldText Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFFieldTextDisabled Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFFieldTextLTR Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFFieldTextLTRDisabled Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFPhoneFieldText Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFPhoneFieldTextDisabled Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFPostalCodeFieldText Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFPostalCodeFieldTextDisabled Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFAddressFieldText Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFAddressFieldTextDisabled Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFDataText Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFDataTextDisabled Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFDataNumber Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFDataNumberDisabled Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFFieldNumber Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.
.AFFieldNumberDisabled Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value. To style input components, you would use the style classes that end in 'Marker'. See skinning doc for af:inputText for details.

Icons

Global Icon Selectors are selectors that specify icons for more than one component. Icon selectors get rendered as images or text. To render as text, you specify a string for the content, e.g., content:"X". To specify an image, you set the content to an url, e.g., content: url('/afr/fusion/dbd_topShadow.png');". The remaining styles get rendered as inline styles on the dom element.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFChangedIcon:alias An alias that defines the changed icon, e.g., .AFChangedIcon:alias {content:"C"; color: Aqua; font-weight: bold; padding: 3px}
.AFRequiredIcon:alias An alias that defines the required icon. This icon shows up if a component is set to be required or if you set the af:icon's name attribute to required.
.AFLogoIcon:alias An alias that defines the logo icon. This icon shows up if you set the af:icon's name attribute to logo.
.AFFatalIcon:alias An alias that defines the fatal icon. This icon shows up if a fatal error has occurred on the page or if you set the af:icon's name attribute to fatal.
.AFErrorIcon:alias An alias that defines the error icon. This icon shows up if an error has occurred on the page or if you set the af:icon's name attribute to error.
.AFWarningIcon:alias An alias that defines the warning icon. This icon shows up if a warning has occurred on the page or if you set the af:icon's name attribute to error.
.AFInfoIcon:alias An alias that defines the info icon. This icon shows up if you set the af:icon's name attribute to info.
.AFConfirmationIcon:alias An alias that defines the confirmation icon. This icon shows up if you set the af:icon's name attribute to confirmation.
.AFIndexedIcon:alias An alias that defines the indexed field icon. This icon shows up before the selectively required fields in the af:query.
.AFStatusIcon:alias This icon gives a graphical representation that content is loading (e.g. carousel, inlineFrame). If you are editing this alias, you should also edit .AFStatusIconStyle:alias and .AFBackgroundImageStatus:alias since components will choose among these icons automatically under the necessary circumstances. This typically defines a content URL for an animated image, the width of this image, and the height of this image.

Component Group: Button

Aliases for Button component.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFButtonAccessKeyStyle:alias Specifies the access key style for af|Button, af|commandButton, af|goButton, af|resetButton.
.AFButtonBackground:alias Specifies the background for buttons that include this style alias, like af|button, af|commandButton, af|goButton, af|resetButton, af|trainButtonBar. Skinning the .AFButton* aliases is meant to be a short-cut for the skin developer and it can help ensure that all buttons are skinned the same since all button components include these aliases in the base skin. Please note that for buttons :active and :focus pseudo-classes do not work in IE7. IE7 also does not allow disabled buttons to be styled.
.AFButtonBackgroundActive:alias Specifies the background for buttons in the active state (mouse down).
.AFButtonBackgroundDisabled:alias Specifies the background for buttons in the disabled state.
.AFButtonBackgroundFocus:alias Specifies the background for buttons in the focus state.
.AFButtonBackgroundHover:alias Specifies the background for buttons in the hover state (mouse over).
.AFButtonForeground:alias Specifies the foreground for buttons.
.AFButtonForegroundHover:alias Specifies the foreground for buttons in the hover state.
.AFButtonForegroundDepressed:alias Specifies the foreground for buttons in the depressed state.
.AFButtonForegroundDisabled:alias Specifies the foreground for buttons in the disabled state.
.AFButtonBorder:alias Specifies the border for buttons that include this style alias, like af|button, af|commandButton, af|goButton, af|resetButton.
.AFButtonBorderActive:alias Specifies the border for buttons in the active state.
.AFButtonBorderDepressed:alias Specifies the border for buttons in the depressed state.
.AFButtonBorderDisabled:alias Specifies the border for buttons in the disabled state.
.AFButtonBorderHover:alias Specifies the border for buttons in the hover state.
.AFButtonGradient:alias Gradient alias. Only used in the blafplus skins.
.AFButtonGradientHover:alias Gradient alias. Only used in the blafplus skins.
.AFButtonGradientActive:alias Gradient alias. Only used in the blafplus skins.

Component Group: Link

Aliases for Link component.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFLinkAccessKeyStyle:alias Highlight the Access Key for the link, e.g. bold it.
.AFLinkForeground:alias The default foreground color for links. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLinkHover:alias Specifies the style for links in hover state.
.AFLinkDisabled:alias Styles the disabled link.
.AFVisitedLinkBackground:alias The default background color for links. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFActiveLinkBorder:alias The default border information (color, size, style) for active links.
.AFVisitedLinkBorder:alias The default border information (color, size, style) for visited, focused links.
.AFActiveLinkForeground:alias The default foreground color for active links. By default, this value is computed relative to the .AFLinkForeground:alias color. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFVisitedLinkForeground:alias The foreground color for visited links. This value may be or may not be computed relative to the .AFLinkForeground:alias color. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLightVisitedLinkForeground:alias The light foreground color for visited links. This value may be or may not be computed relative to the .AFLinkForeground:alias color. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFDisabledLinkForeground:alias The foreground color for disabled links. This value may be or may not be computed relative to the .AFLinkForeground:alias color. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFGlobalLink:alias The default foreground color for 'global' links, like navigationPane's links. Only used by fusion skins.

Component Group: Form Controls

Aliases for Form Controls.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFLabel:alias Aliased style class that is included in the label selector for all the form components. e.g. "af|inputText::label". Uses .AFDefaultFont:alias, .AFEndTextAlign:alias, .AFEndPadding:alias, .AFLabelTextForeground:alias,
.AFLabelDisabled:alias Aliased style class that is included in the label selector for all the form components when they are disabled. It is a quick way to style disabled form components' labels the same, instead of for each component: .AFLabelDisabled:alias instead of e.g. "af|inputText:disabled::label".
.AFLabelTextForeground:alias Colors the label. Use the CSS property "color" to style the color of the label. This is used in the .AFLabel:alias style which styles the label for all form components, like af:inputText and af:selectOne/selectMany components. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFLabelTextForegroundDisabled:alias Use the property "color" to style the color of the label when it is disabled. This is used in the .AFLabelDisabled:alias style which styles the label for all form components (like af:inputText and af:selectOne/selectMany) when they are disabled. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias Style the access key (like underline or bold) for form components. Affects output labels, input, panelLabelAndMessage, af:select* components.
.AFFormControlContentBackground:alias Style the background of form control content like af|inputText::content.
.AFFormControlContentBackgroundDisabled:alias Style the background of form control content for the disabled state like af|inputText:disabled::content.
.AFFormControlContentForegroundDisabled:alias Style the foreground of form control content for the disabled state like af|selectBooleanRadio:disabled::content.
.AFFormControlContentBorder:alias Style the border of form control content like af|inputText::content.

Component Group: Menu

Aliases for Menu component.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFMenuItem:alias Style class that applies to menu items. Valid menu items are either commandMenuItems, goMenuItems, or submenus (menus in menus).
.AFMenuTextForeground:alias Style class that applies to menu items. Valid menu items are either commandMenuItems, goMenuItems, or submenus (menus in menus). The default foreground color for menu items. By default, this value is set to the .AFTextForeground:alias color. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFMenuItemDisabled:alias Style class that applies to disabled menu items. Valid menu items are either commandMenuItems, goMenuItems, or submenus (menus in menus).

Component Group: PanelBox and Region

Aliases for PanelBox and Region.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFPanelBoxHeaderStartDefault:alias Alias for the style for the start corner in the header of the panel box and region. Usually the curve image. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderEndDefault:alias Alias for the style for the end corner in the header of the panel box and region. Usually the curved image. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderCenterDefault:alias Alias for the style for the center area in the header of the panel box and region. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPanelBoxFooterStartDefault:alias Alias for the style for the start corner in the footer of the panel box and region. Usually the curved image. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPanelBoxFooterEndDefault:alias Alias for the style for the end corner in the footer of the panel box and region. Usually the curve image. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPanelBoxFooterCenterDefault:alias Alias for the style for the center area in the footer of the panel box and region. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPanelBoxContentCenterDefault:alias Alias for the style for the content area of the panel box and region.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDefault:alias Alias to change the properties on the panelBox header for the panelBox whose "ramp" is set to "core" and "color" is set to "default". Using this style class significantly simplifies the work required to style the header. Instead of changing three classes (for header-start, header, header-end) you only need to change this one. The region component uses this alias as well.
.AFPanelBoxContentCoreDefault:alias Alias to change the properties on the panelBox content for the panelBox whose "ramp" is set to "core" and "color" is set to "default". The region component uses this alias as well.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreLight:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDefault:alias, but for color=light.
.AFPanelBoxContentCoreLight:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxContentCoreDefault:alias, but for color=light.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreMedium:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDefault:alias, but for color=medium.
.AFPanelBoxContentCoreMedium:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxContentCoreDefault:alias, but for color=medium.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDark:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDefault:alias, but for color=dark.
.AFPanelBoxContentCoreDark:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxContentCoreDefault:alias, but for color=dark.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderHighlightDefault:alias Alias to change the properties on the panelBox header for the panelBox whose "ramp" is set to "highlight" and "color" is set to "default". Using this style class significantly simplifies the work required to style the header. Instead of changing three classes (for header-start, header, header-end) you only need to change this one. The region component uses this alias as well.
.AFPanelBoxContentHighlightDefault:alias Alias to change the properties on the panelBox content for the panelBox whose "ramp" is set to "highlight" and "color" is set to "default". The region component uses this alias as well.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderHighlightLight:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxHeaderHighlightDefault:alias, but for color=light.
.AFPanelBoxContentHighlightLight:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxContentHighlightDefault:alias, but for color=light.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderHighlightMedium:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxHeaderHighlightDefault:alias, but for color=medium.
.AFPanelBoxContentHighlightMedium:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxContentHighlightDefault:alias, but for color=medium.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderHighlightDark:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxHeaderHighlightDefault:alias, but for color=dark.
.AFPanelBoxContentHighlightDark:alias Same as .AFPanelBoxContentHighlightDefault:alias, but for color=dark.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderStart:alias Alias to change the dom element at the start of the header. Use this alias to modify the CSS properties that are needed for all ramp/background of panelBoxes. Common CSS properties are padding and border. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderCenter:alias Alias to change the dom element at the center of the header. Use this alias to modify the CSS properties that are needed for all ramp/background of panelBoxes. Common CSS properties for the header center dom element are width and font information. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPanelBoxHeaderEnd:alias Alias to change the dom element at the end of the header. Use this alias to modify the CSS properties that are needed for all ramp/background of panelBoxes. Common CSS properties are padding and border. Only used by fusion skins.

Component Group: PanelHeader

Aliases for PanelHeader component.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFPanelHeaderTitleStartLevel1:alias Specifies style for the start corner of the title area in a level 1 panel header. Usually the curved image.
.AFPanelHeaderTitleCenterLevel1:alias Specifies style for the center of the title area in a level 1 panel header.
.AFPanelHeaderTitleEndLevel1:alias Specifies style for the end corner of the title area in a level 1 panel header. Usually just the curved image.
.AFPanelHeaderTitleStartSubLevels:alias Specifies style for the start corner of the title area in a panel header that is not at the first level. Usually the curved image.
.AFPanelHeaderTitleCenterSubLevels:alias Specifies style for the center of the title area in a panel header that is not at the first level.
.AFPanelHeaderTitleEndSubLevels:alias Specifies style for the end corner of the title area in a panel header that is not at the first level. Usually the curved image.
.AFPanelHeaderContentLevel1:alias Specifies style for the content area of the panel header at the first level.

Component Group: Tabs

Aliases for Tabs.

Component Group: Tabs->Default

Default aliases for Tabs.
Default->Selected
Default aliases for selected Tabs.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFTabAboveStartSelectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above start portion of an selected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveMiddleSelectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above middle portion of an selected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveEndSelectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above end portion of an selected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowStartSelectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below start portion of an selected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowMiddleSelectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below middle portion of an selected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowEndSelectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below end portion of an selected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
Default->Unselected
Default aliases for unselected Tabs.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFTabAboveStartUnselectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above start portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveMiddleUnselectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above middle portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveEndUnselectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above end portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowStartUnselectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below start portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowMiddleUnselectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below middle portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowEndUnselectedBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below end portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveStartUnselectedDisabledBackground:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled above start portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveMiddleUnselectedDisabledBackground:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled above middle portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveEndUnselectedDisabledBackground:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled above end portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowStartUnselectedDisabledBackground:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled below start portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowMiddleUnselectedDisabledBackground:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled below middle portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowEndUnselectedDisabledBackground:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled below end portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveStartUnselectedHoverBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus skins to define the background-image of the hover above start portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveMiddleUnselectedHoverBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus skins to define the background-image of the hover above middle portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveEndUnselectedHoverBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus skins to define the background-image of the hover above end portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowStartUnselectedHoverBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus skins to define the background-image of the hover below start portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowMiddleUnselectedHoverBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus skins to define the background-image of the hover below middle portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowEndUnselectedHoverBackground:alias Selector used only in the blafplus skins to define the background-image of the hover below end portion of an unselected level 3 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.

Component Group: Tabs->Level One

Aliases for level one Tabs.
Level One->Selected
Aliases for level one selected Tabs.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFTabAboveStartSelectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above start portion of an selected level 1 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveMiddleSelectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above middle portion of an selected level 1 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveEndSelectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above end portion of an selected level 1 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowStartSelectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below start portion of an selected level 1 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowMiddleSelectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below middle portion of an selected level 1 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowEndSelectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below end portion of an selected level 1 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
Level One->Unselected
Aliases for level one unselected Tabs.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFTabAboveStartUnselectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above start portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveMiddleUnselectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above middle portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveEndUnselectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above end portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowStartUnselectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below start portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowMiddleUnselectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below middle portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowEndUnselectedLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below end portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveStartUnselectedDisabledLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled above start portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveMiddleUnselectedDisabledLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled above middle portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveEndUnselectedDisabledLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled above end portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowStartUnselectedDisabledLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled below start portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowMiddleUnselectedDisabledLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled below middle portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowEndUnselectedDisabledLevel1Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled below end portion of an unselected level 1 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.

Component Group: Tabs->Level Two

Aliases for level two Tabs.
Level Two->Selected
Aliases for level two selected Tabs.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFTabAboveStartSelectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above start portion of an selected level 2 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveMiddleSelectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above middle portion of an selected level 2 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveEndSelectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above end portion of an selected level 2 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowStartSelectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below start portion of an selected level 2 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowMiddleSelectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below middle portion of an selected level 2 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowEndSelectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below end portion of an selected level 2 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
Level Two->Unselected
Aliases for level two unselected Tabs.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFTabAboveStartUnselectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above start portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveMiddleUnselectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above middle portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveEndUnselectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the above end portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowStartUnselectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below start portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowMiddleUnselectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below middle portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowEndUnselectedLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the blafplus and fusion skins to define the background-image of the below end portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveStartUnselectedDisabledLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled above start portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveMiddleUnselectedDisabledLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled above middle portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabAboveEndUnselectedDisabledLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled above end portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:navigationPane hint="tabs" or af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowStartUnselectedDisabledLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled below start portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowMiddleUnselectedDisabledLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled below middle portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTabBelowEndUnselectedDisabledLevel2Background:alias Selector used only in the fusion skins to define the background-image of the disabled below end portion of an unselected level 2 section of a tab created by af:panelTabbed. Only used by fusion skins.

Miscellaneous

Miscellaneous aliases
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFTabRemoveImageDisclosed:alias The disclosed tab remove image.
.AFTabRemoveImageUndisclosed:alias The undisclosed tab remove image.
.AFTabRemoveImageHover:alias The hover remove image (mouseover on an enabled remove image).
.AFTabRemoveImageActive:alias The active remove image (mousedown on an enabled remove image).
.AFTabDisabledRemoveImage:alias The tab remove image shown on disabled tabs.
.AFTabRemoveImageDisabledDisclosed:alias The tab remove image shown on disclosed tabs that have remove feature set to disabled.
.AFTabRemoveImageDisabledUndisclosed:alias The tab remove image shown on undisclosed tabs that have remove feature set to disabled.
.AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias Style that is used for the dynamic help icon. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias
.AFDynamicHelpIconStyleActive:alias Style that is used for the dynamic help icon in the active state.
.AFDynamicHelpIconStyleHover:alias Style that is used for the dynamic help icon in the hover state.
.AFDynamicHelpIconStyleDisabled:alias Style that is used for the dynamic help icon in the disabled state.
.AFRequiredIconStyle A style class that styles the required icon for form components. You cannot currently style this icon for each component.
.AFDisclosedIconStyle The disclosed icon used in components like panelBox, region, panelAccordion, query and showDetailheader.
.AFDisclosedIconStyleHover The disclosed icon for hover state used in components like panelBox, region, panelAccordion, query and showDetailheader.
.AFDisclosedIconStyleActive The disclosed icon for active state used in components like panelBox, region, panelAccordion, query and showDetailheader.
.AFUndisclosedIconStyle The undisclosed icon used in components like panelBox, region, panelAccordion, query and showDetailheader.
.AFUndisclosedIconStyleHover The undisclosed icon for hover state used in components like panelBox, region, panelAccordion, query and showDetailheader
.AFUndisclosedIconStyleActive The undisclosed icon for active state used in components like panelBox, region, panelAccordion, query and showDetailheader.
.AFBarSeparator:alias Specifies the separator bar used by af|menuBar, af|toolbar, and af|query. The separator bar is used to demarcate the end of a group of buttons (components) from the beginning of another group.
.AFDropDownIconBorder:alias Border of the dropdown cells for the blafplus skins. Generally the dropdown cells do not have borders in the fusion skins.
.AFDropDownIconBorderHover:alias Border of the dropdown cells when hovering for the blafplus skins. Generally the dropdown cells do not have borders in the fusion skins.
.AFDropDownIconBorderActive:alias Border of the dropdown cells when active for the blafplus skins. Generally the dropdown cells do not have borders in the fusion skins.
.AFDataCollectionStatusMessage:alias Styles the status message that shows up when the user scrolls a data collection type component (i.e., table and tree).
.AFStartTextAlign:alias Sets the text-align property to "left" for left-to-right reading direction and "right" for right-to-left reading direction.
.AFEndTextAlign:alias Sets the text-align property to "right" for left-to-right reading direction and "left" for right-to-left reading direction.
.AFEndPadding:alias Sets the padding property to pad on the "right" for left-to-right reading direction and "left" for right-to-left reading direction. e.g,: padding: 0px 8px 0px 0px; (for "right" padding). This is used in the .AFLabel:alias.
.AFStartPadding:alias Sets the padding property to pad on the "left" for left-to-right reading direction and "right" for right-to-left reading direction. e.g,: padding: 0px 0px 0px 8px; (for "left" padding).
.AFClickableImageAnchor:alias Specifies the CSS properties needed to display an image which is clickable and which has inline-mode display. This style should be applied on an empty anchor, i.e. no text between the <a> and </a> tags. The attributes control the appearance, e.g. font-size and padding-right give the image room to display inline. By default, this alias is included in style selectors that use 16x16 images and need to display inline background-images for both IE and Firefox. To customize, you can include this alias in your selector and override its properties. For example, you can change font-size and padding-right for an image with different height and width, or you can set "display: block" together with height, width attributes to display in block mode.
.AFConveyorBeltImageHorizontalStart:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the start side of a horizontal list
.AFConveyorBeltImageHorizontalStartHover:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the start side of a horizontal list on hover
.AFConveyorBeltImageHorizontalStartDepressed:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the start side of a horizontal list on depress
.AFConveyorBeltImageHorizontalStartDisabled:alias Styles the disabled conveyor belt indicator at the start side of a horizontal list
.AFConveyorBeltImageHorizontalEnd:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the end side of a horizontal list
.AFConveyorBeltImageHorizontalEndHover:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the end side of a horizontal list on hover
.AFConveyorBeltImageHorizontalEndDepressed:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the end side of a horizontal list on depress
.AFConveyorBeltImageHorizontalEndDisabled:alias Styles the disabled conveyor belt indicator at the end side of a horizontal list
.AFConveyorBeltImageVerticalTop:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the top of a vertical list
.AFConveyorBeltImageVerticalTopHover:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the top of a vertical list on hover
.AFConveyorBeltImageVerticalTopDepressed:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the top of a vertical list on depress
.AFConveyorBeltImageVerticalBottom:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the bottom of a vertical list
.AFConveyorBeltImageVerticalBottomHover:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the bottom of a vertical list on hover
.AFConveyorBeltImageVerticalBottomDepressed:alias Styles the conveyor belt indicator at the bottom of a vertical list on depress
.AFDroplistImage:alias Styles the droplist indicator used with conveyor belt
.AFDroplistImageHover:alias Styles the droplist indicator used with conveyor belt on hover
.AFDroplistImageDepressed:alias Styles the droplist indicator used with conveyor belt on depress
.AFOverflowImageHorizontalStart:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the start side of a horizontal list
.AFOverflowImageHorizontalStartHover:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the start side of a horizontal list on hover
.AFOverflowImageHorizontalStartDepressed:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the start side of a horizontal list on depress
.AFOverflowImageHorizontalEnd:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the end side of a horizontal list
.AFOverflowImageHorizontalEndHover:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the end side of a horizontal list on hover
.AFOverflowImageHorizontalEndDepressed:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the end side of a horizontal list on depress
.AFOverflowImageVerticalStart:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the start side of a vertical list
.AFOverflowImageVerticalStartHover:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the start side of a vertical list on hover
.AFOverflowImageVerticalStartDepressed:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the start side of a vertical list on depress
.AFOverflowImageVerticalEnd:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the end side of a vertical list
.AFOverflowImageVerticalEndHover:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the end side of a vertical list on hover
.AFOverflowImageVerticalEndDepressed:alias Styles the overflow indicator at the end side of a vertical list on depress
.AFLinkIEWorkaround Built-in style that can be used as a styleClass attribute value to work around the IE bug in which the bottom 1px of image is clipped in some use-cases. Users should set styleClass="AFLinkIEWorkaround" on the clipping commandImageLink
.AFHideBorder A marker style class that can be used to turn off borders that components have assigned to their root elements. This cannot and will not affect borders that are applied to internal elements of components nor for components whose borders are applied via inline styles or from skin definitions with high specificity weights.
.AFContentCell This selector specifies the content element of a label/content pair of html elements. Not often used as a selector by itself but in addition to other component selectors, usually for alignment padding.
.AFStretchWidth A marker style class that will declaratively stretch a component horizontally in a wide flowing container. This style class should be used instead of attempting to use a percentage width as an inlineStyle width to stretch a component horizontally. Features: Automatically applies stretching to just the components that can be stretched horizontally. Provides a work around for a bug in Internet Explorer 7. In this browser, a horizontally-stretched component can cause a horizontal scroll bar to appear. This scroll bar lets you scroll the distance equal to the width of the vertical scroll bar. This scroll bar should not appear at all. To work around this issue, this style class will use a smaller stretched width in order to reduce the chance of encountering this bug. If your component is already being stretched both horizontally and vertically by its parent component, then this style class will not be needed (it would be redundant).
.AFAuxiliaryStretchWidth A marker style class that will declaratively stretch a component horizontally in a narrow flowing container. This style class should be used instead of attempting to use a percentage width as an inlineStyle width to stretch a component horizontally. Features: Automatically applies stretching to just the components that can be stretched horizontally. Provides a work around for a bug in Internet Explorer 7. In this browser, a horizontally-stretched component can cause a horizontal scroll bar to appear. This scroll bar lets you scroll the distance equal to the width of the vertical scroll bar. This scroll bar should not appear at all. To work around this issue, this style class will use a smaller stretched width in order to reduce the chance of encountering this bug. If your component is already being stretched both horizontally and vertically by its parent component, then this style class will not be needed (it would be redundant).
.AFBrandingBar A style class used for a branding bar container (e.g. on an af:panelBorderLayout or horizontal af:panelGroupLayout). This typically defines the height of the bar and optionally border decoration.
.AFBrandingBarTall A style class used for a branding bar that is taller than the normal. This is used when there is Application Navigation Bar in the Branding Bar.
.AFBrandingLogoTitleContainer A style class used for styling the logo and title container.
.AFBrandingLogo A style class used for styling the branding logo alone
.AFAppNavbarButton A style class used for a styling the buttons that appear on and application navigation bar
.AFGlobalNavbarButton A style class used for a styling the golbal toolbar. This buttons border and background is transparent. The text color depends on the background.
.AFFooterBar A style class used for a styling the Footer container. A typical definiton includes height and margin.
.AFBrandingBarItem A style class used for a container (e.g. an af:panelGroupLayout) for items inside of the branding bar container. This typically defines the height of the items inside of the bar. If you place other components in these items, you want need to define styles to adjust their padding-top, e.g. if you use an af:navigationPane hint="buttons", you may want to provide a skin definition of ".AFBrandingBar af|navigationPane-buttons" where you provide a padding-top. Similarly, if you use an af:statusIndicator, you may want to provide a definition of ".AFBrandingBar af|statusIndicator" where you provide a padding-top.
.AFBrandingBarLogo A style class used as a decorative branding logo (e.g. on an af:spacer) placed inside of a branding bar item wrapper. This typically defines a background-image and dimensions of the image that the logo needs to consume. Note: The style uses background image which will not render under high contrast mode in some browsers.
.AFBrandingBarLogoLarge Similar to AFBrandingBarLogo. But shows a larger logo. This is used when the branding bar is taller.
.AFBrandingBarTitle A style class used for title text (e.g. on an af:outputText) placed inside of a branding bar item wrapper. This typically defines a font-family, a font-size, and a padding-top if you want to tweak the alignment of the text and the logo.
.AFBrandingSplitter A style class used on a splitter that separates out the branding area. This typically is placed on a panelSplitter so that the background of the middle splitter area can be assigned to match the background branding color.
.AFModalGlassPane When the af:dialog and af:panelWindow components are used in modal mode, a div is created that lies between the primary window and the modal popup window. This global style is assigned to the div creating the effect of a glass pane. Adjusting the background-color of this style will change the look of the modal glass.
.AFMaskingFrame This style is used by the inline popups to prevent bleed-through of content found below the floating elements. The style is assigned to a dynamically created iframe. Blending is adjusted using the opacity attribute.
.AFStampContainer Style to apply to a container of stamps as defined by the key notation, page stamp and header legend UI guidelines.
.AFTwinkleBackground:alias Specifies the background of active data when twinkle is on. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFTwinkleForeground:alias Specifies the foreground of active data when twinkle is on. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFInlineSelected:alias Alias used in *:inline-selected
.AFStatusIconStyle:alias This style is for the element that contains a .AFStatusIcon:alias icon (e.g. carousel, inlineFrame). If you are editing this alias, you should also edit .AFStatusIcon:alias and .AFBackgroundImageStatus:alias since components will choose among these icons automatically under the necessary circumstances. This typically defines a background-image to an alpha-transparent image that lets a binary-transparent animated status-icon image blend well on any background when these 2 images are stacked. It also typically defines a width and height are for the dimensions of this element.
.AFBackgroundImageStatus:alias This style is for an element that displays a loading status icon when the other loading status icon selectors (.AFStatusIcon:alias and .AFStatusIconStyle:alias) cannot be used (like an inlineFrame that isn't being stretched by its parent component). If you are editing this alias, you should also edit .AFStatusIcon:alias and .AFStatusIconStyle:alias since components will choose among these icons automatically under the necessary circumstances. This typically defines a background-image that references a single image file that is animated and binary-transparent. However, in browsers that support it, you can use this to define multiple concurrent background images where one image is animated and binary-transparent and the other image is non-animated and alpha-transparent so that the overall combined icon will blend smoothly with whatever coloring is behind the icon.
.AFAutoSuggestItemsContainer Style class on container for the suggested items
.AFAutoSuggestItem Style class on each of the suggested items
.AFAutoSuggestMoreLink Style to apply on the More... label rendered in the auto suggest popup
.AFAutoSuggestBusyStyle Style Class of the busy icon shown in the autosuggest popup while fetching data. This style also uses the .AFBackgroundImageStatus:alias rule ref.
.AFTaskStampTextLabel Selector used to apply to a task stamp text label. This selector is used for implementation of blafplus Page Stamp specification.
.AFTaskStampTextValue Selector used to apply to a task stamp text value. This selector is used for implementation of blafplus Page Stamp specification.
.AFUserStampTextLabel Selector used to apply to a user stamp text label. This selector is used for implementation of blafplus Page Stamp specification.
.AFUserStampTextValue Selector used to apply to a user stamp text value. This selector is used for implementation of blafplus Page Stamp specification.
.AFUserStampSeparator Selector used to apply to a user stamp label and value separator. This selector is used for implementation of blafplus Page Stamp specification.
.AFUserStampSwitcher Selector used to apply to a user stamp switcher. This selector is used for implementation of blafplus Page Stamp specification.
.AFKeyNotationText Selector used to apply to key notation main text. This selector is used for implementation of blafplus Key Notation specification.
Pseudo classes Description
selected

Global Resource Strings

The text rendered by ADF Faces components is translatable. The text is abstracted as a resource string that has skins applied. For example, af_dialog.LABEL_OK is a resource string for the text label of an af:dialog component when the OK button has been configured. Resource strings do not have skins in the CSS skin file, but in a resource bundle referenced from the skin definition file in the trinidad-skins.xml file using the bundle-name parameter. You can also use the translation-source parameter for an EL binding to point to a Map or ResourceBundle. Global resource strings are resource strings that are not component-specific, but apply to more than one component.
Resource Strings Description
AFChangedIconShortDesc Changed icon hover text
AFErrorIconShortDesc Error icon hover text
AFWarningIconShortDesc Warning icon hover text
AFInfoIconShortDesc Info icon hover text
AFLogoIconShortDesc Logo icon hover text
AFRequiredIconShortDesc Required icon hover text
AFIndexedIconShortDesc Indexed icon hover text
AFKeyModifierMeta The name of the meta modifier key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyModifierControl The name of the control modifier key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyModifierAlt The name of the alt modifier key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyModifierShift The name of the shift modifier key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyMeta The name of the meta key that is displayed in accelerators as a key itself rather than as a modifier, e.g. the user presses the meta key by itself without pressing any other key.
AFKeyControl The name of the control key that is displayed in accelerators as a key itself rather than as a modifier, e.g. the user presses the control key by itself without pressing any other key.
AFKeyAlt The name of the alt key that is displayed in accelerators as a key itself rather than as a modifier, e.g. the user presses the alt key by itself without pressing any other key.
AFKeyShift The name of the shift key that is displayed in accelerators as a key itself rather than as a modifier, e.g. the user presses the shift key by itself without pressing any other key.
AFKeyCapsLock The name of the Caps Lock key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyUp The name of the up key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyDown The name of the down key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyLeft The name of the left key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyRight The name of the right key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyEscape The name of the escape key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyPageUp The name of the page up key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyPageDown The name of the page down key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyEnter The name of the enter key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyHome The name of the home key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyEnd The name of the end key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyClear The name of the clear key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyTab The name of the tab key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyForwardDelete The name of the forward delete key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyBackwardDelete The name of the backward delete key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyInsert The name of the insert key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeySpace The name of the space key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF1 The name of the F1 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF2 The name of the F2 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF3 The name of the F3 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF4 The name of the F4 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF5 The name of the F5 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF6 The name of the F6 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF7 The name of the F7 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF8 The name of the F8 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF9 The name of the F9 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF10 The name of the F10 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF11 The name of the F11 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFKeyF12 The name of the F12 key that is displayed in accelerators, e.g. in a menu item.
AFActiveDataConfirmRequest A confirmation message shown if there are any dirty components when the user presses the hot key in screenreader mode. The message text can contain {0} in it to be replaced with the list of components that are dirty.
AFActiveDataNoChange A confirmation message shown if there are no dirty components when the user presses the hot key in screenreader mode.
AFActiveDataHotKeyInfo An information message shown when the page is first loaded in screenreader mode and there are active data controls on the page. The message text can contain {0} and {1} in it. {0} is replaced with a list of active components while {1} contains the hot key to query the active data components.
AFActiveDataEventTime An information message shown ...
AFActiveDataNoActiveComponent An information message shown when the page is first loaded in screenreader mode to tell the user there are no active components on the page.
AFResponseCompleteStatus Status message announced via a WAI-ARIA live region when a partial page response completes. This message is only used in screenreader mode.

Popup Selectors

The inline af:popup selector component defines a fragment of the page that will appear as a popup. The popup is not a browser window but a layer of DHTML that creates a visual layer on top of the page content. The inline popup component controls the delivery of the popup's content (inline, lazy, and lazyUncached). The server-side af:popup component doesn't directly participate in skinning.

However, if the popup's first child is a

the first child controls the skinning. The server-side af:popup is always responsible for the content delivery.

If the popup has arbitrary content, meaning that the first child is not one of the components listed above, the skinning is controlled by global skinning classes. The reasoning behind using global skinning classes is that the outer frame is built in DHTML on the client. The client-side popup inline selector component and popup framework can be used without a corresponding server-side component. Some components such as the af:inputColor use the popup framework with an inline selector thus using the af:popup global style selectors.

When the af:popup contains arbitrary content, it uses global style selectors to create the frame around the inner af:popup content.

AFPopupSelector styles the root dom element of the component.
The root style contains skinning property "-tr-open-animation-duration" that specifies the animation duration for opening the popup. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
The root style, contains skinning property "-tr-animate" that specifies whether animation is turn on or off for popup selectors. Set a value of "true" to enable animation. Set "false" to turn off animation. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
The frame is created using a 3x3 table. Each of the 9 cells are assigned to one of the global style selectors listed to the left. The rounded corners in the popup selector are achieved using a background image for each corner cell.
Corner af:popup Global Selectors
AFPopupSelectorHeaderStart - top-start corner
AFPopupSelectorHeaderEnd - top-end corner
AFPopupSelectorFooterStart - bottom-start corner
AFPopupSelectorFooterEnd - bottom-end corner
All four corners include .AFPopupSelectorBorderCellCorner:alias. Furthermore, the corner selectors have :rtl and :ltr pseudo-classes added to each selector. This is necessary to handle the non-symmetric corner images. The middle-start, middle-center and middle-end cells in the popup's frame are assigned to the remaining styles.
Middle af:popup Global Selectors
AFPopupSelectorContentStart - middle-start side
AFPopupSelectorContent - middle-center contains af:popup content
AFPopupSelectorContentEnd - middle-end side
The middle sides (start and end) includes .AFPopupSelectorBorderCellEdge:alias. The middle side selectors have :rtl and :ltr pseudo-classes applied to decorate the appropriate cell border.
Summary of alias used by the global selectors.
.AFPopupSelectorBorderCell:alias - Cell border without edges; includes .AFTextBackground:alias
.AFPopupSelectorBorderCellEdge:alias - Cell border with one edge; includes .AFPopupSelectorBorderCell:alias
.AFPopupSelectorBorderCellCorner:alias - Cell border with two edges. If the dimensions of the corner images changed, the height and width properties would adjust in this selector; includes .AFPopupSelectorBorderCellEdge:alias
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFPopupSelectorHeader Styles for inline popup.
.AFPopupSelectorHeaderStart Styles for inline popup. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPopupSelectorHeaderEnd Styles for inline popup. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPopupSelectorContent Styles for inline popup.
.AFPopupSelectorContentStart Styles for inline popup. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPopupSelectorContentEnd Styles for inline popup. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPopupSelectorFooter Styles for inline popup.
.AFPopupSelectorFooterStart Styles for inline popup. Only used by fusion skins.
.AFPopupSelectorFooterEnd Styles for inline popup. Only used by fusion skins.

Note Window Selectors

Note windows operate in a dual mode. When used by input components to display validation messages, they are client only. Note windows can be created using the af:noteWindow component. When created using a component, af:noteWindow must be the immediate child of the af:popup component. All uses of the note window share these global styles.
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFNoteWindow styles the root dom element of the component
Skin properties Description
-tr-open-animation-duration The root style contains skinning property "-tr-open-animation-duration" that specifies the animation duration for opening the popup. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-animate The root style, contains skinning property "-tr-animate" that specifies whether animation is turn on or off for popup note widows. Set a value of "true" to enable animation. Set "false" to turn off animation. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.

Poll component timeout Pseudo-classes

The following pseudo-classes are applied when the poll component timed out. The classes are applied to those component that were updated by the last poll update, before it timed out.
Pseudo classes Description
no-update Pseudo-class applied to the timed out component, updated by last poll request
no-update-badge Pseudo-class applied to layer on top of the timed out components. The default shows a warning image one layer above the component

Inline Editing Pseudo-classes

The following pseudo-classes are applied when the application activates a component subtree for editing in the user-agent. Another pseudo-class of interest for inline editing is :hover-target, which is described in the Standard Pseudo-classes section.
Pseudo classes Description
active-inline-editable-container Pseudo-class applied to the root component of the currently active inline-editable component subtree
inline-editable Pseudo-class applied to components in the active inline-editable subtree that are editable
inline-selectable Pseudo-class applied to components in the active inline-editable subtree that are selectable but not editable and thus have an inline editor
inline-selected Pseudo-class applied to components in the active inline-editable subtree that are currently selected. Use the global alias .AFInlineSelected:alias.

Drag and Drop Pseudo-classes

The following pseudo-classes are applied during drag and drop operations.
Pseudo classes Description
drag-source Pseudo-class applied to the component initiating the drag and removed once the drag is over.
drop-target Pseudo-class applied to a component willing to accept the drop of the current drag. Note that the cursor is under the control of the drag and drop framework during drag and drop operations.
drag-ready Pseudo-class applied to elements that are ready to be dragged. Used in tablet devices during a tap and hold operation to indicate to the user that the item is ready to be dragged. Pseudo-class is removed if the drag is either started on canceled.
drag-ghost Pseudo-class applied to elements that are shown as being dragged.

Message Selectors

The rich client allows rich components to be styled based on whether or not they have certain levels of messages associated with them. When a message of a particular type is added to a component (using the FacesMessage framework), the styles of that component are automatically modified to reflect the new status. If styles are not defined for the status in question, then the default stles are used. In order to define styles for your components based on message levels that are tied to them, you would append a style pseudo-class to your component definition. For example:
    af|inputText::content {
      /*defines the base style for the content region of the af:inputText tag*/
    }
    af|inputText:error::content {
      /*defines the base style for the content region of the ad:inputText tag
        whem an error message is present.  The default will also be processed
        in addition to this special "error" style.
    }
  
The valid message properties are: fatal, error, warning, confirmation, and info. Typically these styles will only be defined on input elements, and they are of the form of a CSS pseudo-class (:fatal, :error, etc). It is recommended that you use the aliases for the messages, if possible, since they will affect all the components, and you will have to style fewer selectors. See also
Selector Name Description Conditions
.AFFormComponentOutlineFatal:alias The border around a form component to indicate something fatal occurred.
.AFFormComponentOutlineError:alias The border around a form component to indicate an error.
.AFFormComponentOutlineWarning:alias The border around a form component to indicate a warning.
.AFFatalBackground:alias Background color to indicate something fatal occurred; used on checkboxes and radio boxes. Used in simple skin on all browsers, or for fusion skin in IE7.
.AFErrorBackground:alias Background color to indicate an error; used on checkboxes and radio boxes. Used in simple skin on all browsers, or for fusion skin in IE7.
.AFWarningBackground:alias Background color to indicate a warning; used on checkboxes and radio boxes. Used in simple skin on all browsers, or for fusion skin in IE7.

Common Pseudo-classes

Several CSS pseudo-classes apply to almost every component. Some of these, such as :active and :hover are defined by the CSS specification. Most, are specific to ADF Faces and apply in well-defined cases. When combined together in the same selector, the selector applies only when all states are statisfied. Thus, :hover applies to any component with the mouse hovered over it, while :disabled:hover applies to components that are both disabled and have the mouse hovered over them.
Pseudo classes Description
busy Pseudo-class used to select a component with a current outstanding server event.
disabled Pseudo-class used to change display style when component is disabled. Use :disabled:active if :active and :disabled are specified to prevent a disabled element from showing mouse down status when pressed by the mouse. The :disabled:active style should be the same as :disabled style. An example of the skinning key format is: af|inputDate::launch-icon-style:disabled:active.
hover-target Pseudo-class used to change display style when mouse hovered, but only over the innermost component. It is different from hover because hover will be applied to the innermost component, as well as all its ancestor components.
Limitations:
  1. This is only applied when there is a client component.
  2. Due to an IE bug, it is not supported on IE in right to left mode. See Bug 6931294 - ie7 setting styles in rtl cause scroll bar to reset position.

Themes

The purpose of themes is to provide a consistent look and feel across multiple components for a portion of a page. A common usage for themes is in a page template where certain areas have a distinct look. For example, a page may have a branding area at the top with a dark background and light text, a navigation component with a lighter background, and a main content area with a light background.

For detailed information on theme support in ADF, please see the themes page.

A component that sets a theme exposes that theme to its child components and therefore the theme is inherited. Themes can be set (started or changed) by the following components:

The Fusion and BLAF Plus skins support the following themes:

In the JSPX page, the theme is started by the af:document component, as in: <af:document theme="dark"> <af:panelTabbed>...lt;/af:panelTabbed> </af:document>

To set the theme for a component, specify a theme attribute in the skin selector in the CSS file. For example, the selector to change the text color under an af:panelTabbed component to a dark theme is: af|panelTabbed[theme="dark"] { color: red; }

Attribute selector Values
theme dark medium light default
Skin properties Description
-tr-children-theme

If you do not want a child component to inherit modifications made to a parent component in a JSPX page, set a value for the -tr-children-theme property in the CSS file. For example, you do not want the af:panelTabbed child component to inherit the dark theme defined for the af:document parent component in the JSPX page. Set the -tr-children-theme property in the CSS file as follows:

af|panelTabbed[theme="dark"] { -tr-children-theme: default; }

Note that the property may only be assigned to the default style class of the component (the class returned by the RichRenderer.getDefaultStyleClass method). Should the component not have a default style class, it will also look for properties underneath the root state style classes (any of the classes returned by the RichRenderer.getRootStateStyleClasses method).

The children theme is based on the current theme, so the selector takes into account the default style class or root state style class. So, should you always want the children of a component to be in the dark theme, regardless of the current theme you could use this code:

af|panelTabbed,
af|panelTabbed[theme="medium"],
af|panelTabbed[theme="light"] {
  -tr-children-theme: dark;
}

In the above example, the panel tabbed component in a default, medium or light theme would force the theme of the children of the panel tabbed to the dark theme.

-tr-enable-themes

Themes are enabled on a per-component basis in the skin. The purpose to selectively enable themes for certain compoments is to not add unneccessary HTML for attributes that will not be used by the generated CSS files.

Themes are enabled using the "-tr-enable-themes" value for a skin selector. Example of adding support for themes on the outputLabel component:

af|outputLabel {-tr-enable-themes: true;}

Note that the property may only be assigned to the default style class of the component (the class returned by the RichRenderer.getDefaultStyleClass method). Should the component not have a default style class, it will also look for properties underneath the root state style classes (any of the classes returned by the RichRenderer.getRootStateStyleClasses method).

Renderer Selectors

Renderer-level selectors are selectors that can be used to skin a particular ADF Faces component. The selectors defined below are specified by the component they affect. Let's say you want to skin the af:inputText component. If you go to the af:inputText Component section of this document, you will see the selectors that you can use to skin the af:inputText component. One of the selectors is af|inputText::content. The ::content pseudo-element indicates that this is the content portion of the af:inputText component; the input. To skin this you would set CSS properties on the af|inputText::content selector in your ADF Faces skin .css file.

af:activeCommandToolbarButton

This component uses the af:commandToolbarButton skinning selectors. The activeCommandToolbarButton component was added for a very specific use case and we expect very few application developers to use this component.

af:activeImage

This component uses the af:image skinning selectors. The activeImage component was added for a very specific use case and we expect very few application developers to use this component.

af:activeOutputText

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|activeOutputText Style on the root element of the af:activeOutputText component.
Pseudo classes Description
twinkle-on To style an active output text to twinkle, use "af|activeOutputText:twinkle-on".

af:breadCrumbs

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|breadCrumbs Styles the root dom element of the component.
Skin properties Description
-tr-show-last-item Valid values are true or false. Determines whether the last item is displayed or not. e.g. af|breadCrumbs {-tr-show-last-item:false} will not show the last item in the breadCrumbs.
-tr-vertical-indent-spaces It takes valid integer value and applies only to vertical orientation. Starting with the second breadCrumb, indentation equal to the given value is provided in pixels. Each subsequent breadcrumb adds the given value to the number of pixels accumulated in its predecessor. e.g. to provide 10 px indentation, use af|breadCrumbs {-tr-vertical-indent-spaces: 10}. The default indentation is 12px. Set the skinning property value to -1, if the previous release default indentation is needed.
af|breadCrumbs::access-key Style on the access key character of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a breadCrumbs. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias
af|breadCrumbs::body Style on the container which encloses both the breadCrumbs content and the overflow indicator.
af|breadCrumbs::content Style on the container which encloses the breadCrumbs content.
af|breadCrumbs::overflow-indicator Style on the overflow indicator. The indicator is specified using a background-image in this key.
af|breadCrumbs::icon-style Style on the icon of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a breadCrumbs.
af|breadCrumbs::separator Styles the separator icon.
af|breadCrumbs::step Styles the step. If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover.
Pseudo classes Description
selected e.g. af|breadCrumbs::step:selected
disabled
Icon Selectors Description
af|breadCrumbs::separator-icon The separator icon itself.
af|breadCrumbs::overflow-icon Overrides the default overflow indicator image. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|breadCrumbs::overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|breadCrumbs::overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image, by setting -tr-inhibit: background-image in the overflow-indicator key and defining the override icon in this key.
Resource Strings Description
af_breadCrumbs.TIP_SHOW_MORE_LINKS The hover text for the overflow icon.

af:button

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|button Style on the root element of the af:button component. This style includes the .AFDefaultFont:alias style. Tip: You may also want to skin it for :hover. It is recommended that you use the .AFButton*:alias selectors as a shortcut to skin all button components the same.
Pseudo classes Description
depressed
selected
disabled
text-only Styles when there is no icon.
icon-only Styles when there is no text.
twinkle-on
action-disabled Styles when actionDelivery="none"
leading Styles when the icon position is leading
trailing Styles when the icon position is trailing
top Styles when the icon position is top
bottom Styles when the icon position is bottom
af|button::link Style on the button link on the af:button component.
af|button::text Style on the button text on the af:button component.
af|button::leading-text Styles the button text when the text precedes the icon.
af|button::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:button component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFButtonAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|button::dropdown-cell Style on the cell containing the dropdown icon used for the popup button of the af:button component.
af|button::dropdown-icon-style Style of the icon used for the popup button of the af:button component. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To override the default icon, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the dropdown-icon-style and define the override icon for the dropdown-icon.
Icon Selectors Description
af|button::dropdown-icon Overrides the default dropdown icon used for the popup button of the af:button component.

af:calendar

Style Selectors Description Conditions
.AFCalendarLightBackground:alias alias for the background color for the light portions of the calendar.
.AFCalendarTodayBackground:alias alias for the background color for today's date
.AFCalendarTodayHeaderBackground:alias alias for the background color for headers for today's date
.AFCalendarActiveDayHeaderBackground:alias alias for the background color for headers for the active day
.AFCalendarHeaderMiscText:alias alias for styling additional/secondary text in calendar header
af|calendar The selector on the root dom element of the component.
Skin properties Description
-tr-time-slots-per-hour Positive integer value specifying the number of time slots to be displayed per hour. e.g. af|calendar {-tr-time-slots-per-hour: 4} will render a minor division (dotted line) at 15 minute intervals. The value is referred by day and week views only and will not affect month and list views.
af|calendar::view style the portion of the calendar showing a particular view, meaning the part of the calendar that does not include the toolbar.
af|calendar::toolbar-display-range style the date range string in the toolbar
af|calendar::toolbar-prev-next-button-style style the prev-next buttons in the toolbar
af|calendar::header-all-day-container day and week view: style area containing header and all day activity area
af|calendar::all-day-container day and week view:style container for the all day area
af|calendar::time-activity-grid-container day and week view:style container for the time column and timed activity 'grid'
af|calendar::activity-grid-column day and week view: style container for the activity grid column
af|calendar::time-column day and week view: style time column
af|calendar::time-cell day and week view: style cell in time column
af|calendar::time-text day and week view:style text in time column
af|calendar::hgrid-minor day and week view: style the minor horizontal grid lines.
Pseudo classes Description
drop-target Applied as the chosen location for a drop.
af|calendar::hgrid-major day and week view: style the major horizontal grid lines.
Pseudo classes Description
drop-target Applied as the chosen location for a drop.
af|calendar::day-of-week day and week view: style the day of the week.
Pseudo classes Description
drop-target Applied as the chosen location for a drop.
today Applied to the cell for today's date
active-day Applied to the cell for date matching the calendar's activeDay attribute.
af|calendar::time-activity-container day and week view: style for the container of a time based activity
af|calendar::time-activity-header day and week view: style for the header portion of a time based activity
af|calendar::time-activity-content day and week view:style for the content portion of a time based activity
af|calendar::time-activity-resize-grip day and week view: style for the resize grip on a time based activity. The background image can be styled to change the grip image.
af|calendar::time-activity-resize day and week view: style for the resize grip on a time based activity.
af|calendar::all-day-activity day, week and month: style on all day activity container
af|calendar::all-day-activity-text day, week and month: style on text in all day activity
af|calendar::duration-activity-text day and week: style on text in short duration activity
af|calendar::all-day-activity-time day, week and month: style on time in 'all day' activity. For skinning purposes 'all day' can also apply to multiday timed activities
af|calendar::day day: style for the day root container
af|calendar::day-header-row day: style for the header area in day view
af|calendar::day-header-row-misc day: Provides styling for custom text in the day view header. To style the custom header for today's date you could do something like "af|calendar::day-header-row:today af|calendar::day-header-row-misc{background-color:blue}"
af|calendar::week week: style for the week root container
af|calendar::week-header-row week: style for the header row in week view
af|calendar::week-header-cell week: style for the header cell in week view. The 'today' pseudo-class is applied to this style for today's date.
af|calendar::week-header-cell-misc week: Provides styling for the custom text in the week view header. To style the custom header for today's date you could do something like "af|calendar::week-header-cell:today af|calendar::week-header-cell-misc{background-color:blue}"
af|calendar::week-header-day-link week: style for the day links in the header
af|calendar::week-vgrid week: style for the vertical grid in week
af|calendar::month month: style for the month root container
af|calendar::month-header-row month: style for the month header row
af|calendar::month-header-cell month: style for the cells in the month header row.
Pseudo classes Description
today Applied to the cell for today's date
af|calendar::month-grid month: style for the month grid container
af|calendar::month-grid-cell month: style for a cell in the month grid.
Pseudo classes Description
today Applied to the cell for today's date
active-day Applied to the cell for date matching the calendar's activeDay attribute.
prev-month applied to cells in the previous month. For example let's say the activeDay is September 1, 2008. In month view you will see days in August (the previous month) and October(the next month).
next-month applied to cells in the next month. For example let's say the activeDay is September 1, 2008. In month view you will see days in August (the previous month) and October(the next month).
drop-target Applied as the chosen location for a drop.
af|calendar::month-grid-cell-header month: style for the header area of a month grid cell. To style the cell header for today's date you could do something like "af|calendar::month-grid-cell:today af|calendar::month-grid-cell-header{background-color:orange}"
af|calendar::month-grid-cell-header-misc month: style for miscellaneous text that can be added to the month grid cell header using the calendar's dateCustomizer attribute.
af|calendar::month-grid-cell-header-day-link month: style for the month grid cell header day of the month link
af|calendar::month-overflow-link month: style for the overflow link which appears if there are too many activities to show.
af|calendar::month-time-activity month: style applied to time activity in month view. This is for single day time activities. A mulitiday time activity will not use this style, because for skinning purposes a multiday time activity uses 'all-day' styles.
af|calendar::list list: style for the list root container
af|calendar::list-row list: style for a row in the list view
Pseudo classes Description
today Applied to the cell for today's date
active-day Applied to the cell for date matching the calendar's activeDay attribute.
af|calendar::list-cell list: style for a cell in the list view
af|calendar::list-day-of-week-column list: style for the day of the week column
af|calendar::list-day-of-week-column-misc list: Provides styling for the custom text beneath the day of the week in the left list column. To style the custom header for today's date you could do something like "af|calendar::list-row:today af|calendar::list-day-of-week-column-misc{background-color:blue}"
af|calendar::list-day-of-month-column list: style for the day of the month column
af|calendar::list-time-column list: style for the time column
af|calendar::list-day-of-month-link list: style for the day of the month link
af|calendar::list-title-link list: style for the title link
af|calendar::list-swatch-container list: style for the calendar provider color swatch
af|calendar::list-date-separator list: style for the separator between days
Icon Selectors Description
af|calendar::toolbar-day-icon Icon for the 'day' toolbar button.
af|calendar::toolbar-day-hover-icon Icon for the 'day' toolbar button when hovering.
af|calendar::toolbar-day-active-icon Icon for the 'day' toolbar button when active.
af|calendar::toolbar-week-icon Icon for the 'week' toolbar button.
af|calendar::toolbar-week-hover-icon Icon for the 'week' toolbar button when hovering.
af|calendar::toolbar-week-active-icon Icon for the 'week' toolbar button when active.
af|calendar::toolbar-month-icon Icon for the 'month' toolbar button.
af|calendar::toolbar-month-hover-icon Icon for the 'month' toolbar button when hovering.
af|calendar::toolbar-month-active-icon Icon for the 'month' toolbar button when active.
af|calendar::toolbar-list-icon Icon for the 'list' toolbar button.
af|calendar::toolbar-list-hover-icon Icon for the 'list' toolbar button when hovering.
af|calendar::toolbar-list-active-icon Icon for the 'list' toolbar button when active.
af|calendar::toolbar-prev-icon Icon for the 'previous' toolbar button which moves the date back.
af|calendar::toolbar-prev-hover-icon Hover icon for the 'previous' toolbar button which moves the date back.
af|calendar::toolbar-prev-active-icon Active icon for the 'previous' toolbar button which moves the date back.
af|calendar::toolbar-next-icon Icon for the 'next' toolbar button which moves the date forward.
af|calendar::toolbar-next-hover-icon Hover icon for the 'next' toolbar button which moves the date forward.
af|calendar::toolbar-next-active-icon Active icon for the 'next' toolbar button which moves the date forward.
af|calendar::reminder-light-icon Icon indicating an activity has a reminder.This is the light version of the icon, which will be placed on a dark background.
af|calendar::reminder-dark-icon Icon indicating an activity has a reminder.This is the dark version of the icon, which will be placed on a light background.
af|calendar::recurring-light-icon Icon indicating an activity is recurring.This is the light version of the icon, which will be placed on a dark background.
af|calendar::recurring-dark-icon Icon indicating an activity is recurring.This is the dark version of the icon, which will be placed on a light background.
af|calendar::recurring-change-light-icon Icon indicating an activity is no longer part of a recurring series.This is the light version of the icon, which will be placed on a dark background.
af|calendar::recurring-change-dark-icon Icon indicating an activity is no longer part of a recurring series.This is the dark version of the icon, which will be placed on a light background.
af|calendar::all-day-activity-prev-icon In day, week, and month views the icon indicating an activity continues from a previous date.
af|calendar::all-day-activity-next-icon In day, week, and month views the icon indicating an activity will continue to a later date.
af|calendar::list-activity-prev-icon In list view, the icon indicating an activity continues from a previous date.
af|calendar::list-activity-next-icon In list view, the icon indicating an activity will continue to a later date.
Resource Strings Description
af_calendar.TIP_NEXT Tip for the 'next' toolbar button.
af_calendar.TIP_PREVIOUS Tip for the 'previous' toolbar button.
af_calendar.TIP_DAY Tip for the 'day' toolbar button.
af_calendar.TIP_WEEK Tip for the 'week' toolbar button.
af_calendar.TIP_MONTH Tip for the 'month' toolbar button.
af_calendar.TIP_LIST Tip for the 'list' toolbar button.
af_calendar.LABEL_TODAY Text for the 'today' toolbar button
af_calendar.LABEL_EMPTY Text seen in list view when there are no activities found.
af_calendar.LABEL_ACTIVITY_TITLE_LOCATION Message that displays the title and location of an activity where {0} is the title and {1} is the location. For example: "{0} -- {1}" will turn into "meeting with Jane -- Ivy Restaurant" when {0} ="meeting with Jane" and {1} = "Ivy Restaurant".
af_calendar.TIP_REMINDER Tip for the icon indicating an activity has a reminder
af_calendar.TIP_RECURRING Tip for the icon indicating an activity is recurring
af_calendar.TIP_RECURRING_CHANGE Tip for the icon indicating an activity is no longer part of recurring series.
af_calendar.LABEL_OVERFLOW Label for the overflow link indicating there are more activities. {0} will be replaced with the number of unseen activities.

af:carousel

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|carousel Styles the root dom element of the component. Typically a background-color, color, width dimension, or non-percent height dimension would be defined in this selector.
Pseudo classes Description
vertical styles when the carousel orientation is set to vertical.
Skin properties Description
-tr-spin-animation-duration The minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for the carousel spin. This skin property is honored only if animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-pop-out-animation-duration The minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for the carousel pop-out. This skin property is honored only if animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-overlay-opacity Specify 'none' if you do not want the carousel to apply various levels of opaque overlays over the auxiliary carousel items.
-tr-status-type Specify 'icon' if you want the carousel to display its fetching data status as an icon, otherwise use 'text' to display it as a textual message.
af|carousel::view Styles the wrapper around all carouselItem components. Typically a border or shadow style would be defined in this selector but only for the one-by-one pseudo-class, never for the circular pseudo-class. Includes the .AFCarouselItemBorder:alias for the one-by-one pseudo-class.
Pseudo classes Description
circular styles when the carousel displayItems is set to circular.
one-by-one styles when the carousel displayItems is set to oneByOne.
af|carousel::control-area Styles the wrapper around all spin controls, item text, and spin info when the control area is non-full. Typically a border or shadow style and background color would be defined in this selector but usually only for the vertical pseudo-class in combination with small or compact.
Pseudo classes Description
vertical styles when the carousel orientation is set to vertical.
small styles when the carousel controlArea is set to small.
compact styles when the carousel controlArea is set to compact.
circular styles when the carousel displayItems is set to circular.
one-by-one styles when the carousel displayItems is set to oneByOne.
af|carousel::item Styles the wrapper around each carouselItem component. Typically a border or shadow style would be defined in this selector but only for the circular pseudo-class, never for the one-by-one pseudo-class. Includes the .AFCarouselItemBorder:alias for the circular pseudo-class.
Pseudo classes Description
circular styles when the carousel displayItems is set to circular.
one-by-one styles when the carousel displayItems is set to oneByOne.
selected styles when the carousel displayItems is set to circular and the item is the selected item.
af|carousel::item-overlay Styles the element that covers every carouselItem except for the current item (since only the current item should be interactive to the user; clicking the overlay will cause the carousel to spin to this particular item). Typically a background-color would be defined in this selector.
af|carousel::item-text Styles the text for the current item in the carousel. Typically a background-color, color, font-family, font-size, font-weight, border, padding, or shadow style would be defined in this selector.
Pseudo classes Description
vertical Styles when the carousel orientation is set to vertical.
small styles when the carousel controlArea is set to small.
compact styles when the carousel controlArea is set to compact.
circular styles when the carousel displayItems is set to circular.
one-by-one styles when the carousel displayItems is set to oneByOne.
af|carousel::spin-info Styles the text that identifies the current item number and the total number of items that the carousel has (if known). Typically a color, font-family, font-size, font-weight would be defined in this selector. The pseudo-class :vertical is used when the carousel orientation is set to vertical. There is a pseudo-class for :small but not :compact because this info is not present when compact.
Pseudo classes Description
vertical Styles when the carousel orientation is set to vertical.
small styles when the carousel controlArea is set to small.
af|carousel::spin-bar Styles the bar that appears behind the spin thumb, representing the list of items in the carousel. Typically a background-image, background-repeat, background-position would be defined in this selector. For a horizontal orientation, a non-auto left, right, and height and auto top, bottom, and width would be defined. For a vertical orientation, a non-auto top, bottom, and width and auto left, right, and width would be defined to configure the sizing of the bar. These dimensions should correspond to those of the previous and next icons so they appear adjacent to the bar. The pseudo-class :vertical is used when the carousel orientation is set to vertical and :disabled is used when the carousel is disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Styles when the carousel is disabled.
vertical Styles when the carousel orientation is set to vertical.
af|carousel::spin-h-previous-icon-style Style of the horizontally-oriented previous button icon used with the carousel component. This icon is intended to appear next to the spin bar. The selector icon is specified as a background-image in this key. For the :ltr pseudo-class, a right style would be defined in this selector. For the :rtl pseudo-class, a left style would be defined in this selector.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Styles when the carousel is disabled.
small styles when the carousel controlArea is set to small.
compact styles when the carousel controlArea is set to compact.
af|carousel::spin-h-next-icon-style Style of the horizontally-oriented next button icon used with the carousel component. This icon is intended to appear next to the spin bar. The selector icon is specified as a background-image in this key. For the :ltr pseudo-class, a left style would be defined in this selector. For the :rtl pseudo-class, a right style would be defined in this selector.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Styles when the carousel is disabled.
small styles when the carousel controlArea is set to small.
compact styles when the carousel controlArea is set to compact.
af|carousel::spin-h-thumb-icon-style Style of the horizontally-oriented spin thumb button icon used with the carousel component. This icon is used for identifying where the current item resides along the spin slider bar. The selector icon is specified as a background-image, width, and height in this key.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Styles when the carousel is disabled.
af|carousel::spin-v-previous-icon-style Style of the vertically-oriented previous button icon used with the carousel component. This icon is intended to appear next to the spin bar. The selector icon is specified as a background-image in this key. A bottom style would be defined in this selector.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Styles when the carousel is disabled.
small styles when the carousel controlArea is set to small.
compact styles when the carousel controlArea is set to compact.
af|carousel::spin-v-next-icon-style Style of the vertically-oriented next button icon used with the carousel component. This icon is intended to appear next to the spin bar. The selector icon is specified as a background-image in this key. A top style would be defined in this selector.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Styles when the carousel is disabled.
small styles when the carousel controlArea is set to small.
compact styles when the carousel controlArea is set to compact.
af|carousel::spin-v-thumb-icon-style Style of the vertically-oriented spin thumb button icon used with the carousel component. This icon is used for identifying where the current item resides along the spin slider bar. The selector icon is specified as a background-image, width, and height in this key.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Styles when the carousel is disabled.
af|carousel::status-icon-style This style is for the element that contains the status-icon (if used). This typically defines a background-image to an alpha-transparent image that lets a binary-transparent animated status-icon image blend well on any background when these 2 images are stacked. Also typically a width and height are defined for the dimensions of this container. It is suggested to use the .AFStatusIconStyle:alias rule ref in this selector.
af|carousel::status-message Styles the status message that shows up when the user spins the carousel. Includes the .AFDataCollectionStatusMessage:alias.
.AFCarouselItemBorder:alias Styles the border or shadows around the carousel item or view (depending on how the items are displayed).
Icon Selectors Description
af|carousel::spin-h-previous-icon Overrides the carousel's default horizontal orientation icon for spinning the carousel to the previous item.
af|carousel::spin-h-thumb-icon Overrides the carousel's default horizontal orientation icon for identifying where the current item resides along the slider bar.
af|carousel::spin-h-next-icon Overrides the carousel's default horizontal orientation icon for spinning the carousel to the next item.
af|carousel::spin-v-previous-icon Overrides the carousel's default vertical orientation icon for spinning the carousel to the previous item.
af|carousel::spin-v-thumb-icon Overrides the carousel's default vertical orientation icon for identifying where the current item resides along the slider bar.
af|carousel::spin-v-next-icon Overrides the carousel's default vertical orientation icon for spinning the carousel to the next item.
af|carousel::status-icon This icon (that is an alternative to the af|carousel::status-message) gives a graphical representation that the carousel content is loading if the af|carousel skin property -tr-status-type is set to icon. This typically defines a content URL for an animated image, the width of this image, and the height of this image. It is suggested to use the .AFStatusIcon:alias rule ref in this selector.
Resource Strings Description
af_carousel.LABEL_FETCHING Label shown to the user when the carousel is busy fetching items from the server.
af_carousel.LABEL_GOING_TO Label shown to the user when the carousel is busy spinning to a specific part of the carousel items. This string can contain {0} in it to be replaced with a label identifying the start or end of the set of items or a label identifying a specific item number.
af_carousel.LABEL_START Label shown to the user in place of {0} of the af_carousel.LABEL_GOING_TO resource string when the carousel is busy spinning to a the starting side of the list of carousel items.
af_carousel.LABEL_END Label shown to the user in place of {0} of the af_carousel.LABEL_GOING_TO resource string when the carousel is busy spinning to a the ending side of the list of carousel items.
af_carousel.LABEL_ITEM Label shown to the user in place of {0} of the af_carousel.LABEL_GOING_TO resource string when the carousel is busy spinning to a specific item number in the list of carousel items. This string can contain {0} in it to be replaced with the specific item number.
af_carousel.MSG_NO_DATA Message used to notify the user that the carousel has no items to display.
af_carousel.MSG_SCREEN_READER_SPIN_INFO_X Message used in screen reader mode that explains what item number is currently being displayed out of an unknown total number of items. This string can contain {0} in it to be replaced with the current item number.
af_carousel.MSG_SCREEN_READER_SPIN_INFO_X_OF_Y Message used in screen reader mode that explains what item number is currently being displayed out of a known total number of items. This string can contain {0} in it to be replaced with the current item number and {1} to be replaced with the total number of items.
af_carousel.TIP_SPIN_TO_PREVIOUS_ITEM Tooltip on the button that spins the carousel to the previous item in the list.
af_carousel.TIP_SPIN_THUMB Tooltip on the slider thumb pointer that identifies where the current item resides along the slider bar.
af_carousel.TIP_SPIN_INFO_X_OF_Y Tooltip to identify the current item number and the total number of items that the carousel has. This string can contain {0} in it to be replaced with the current item number and {1} to be replaced with the total number of items.
af_carousel.TIP_SPIN_TO_NEXT_ITEM Tooltip on the button that spins the carousel to the next item in the list.

af:carouselItem

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|carouselItem Styles the root dom element of the component. This component is not intended for use outside of the carousel component. Typically nothing would be customized in this selector because the carousel component uses its own wrapper elements for styling its items. However, you could define a background-color or border style in this selector.

af:chooseColor

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|chooseColor Styles the root dom element of the component.
af|chooseColor::button Styles the standard color palette buttons. Includes .AFButtonBorder:alias, .AFButtonBackground:alias, and .AFButtonForeground:alias. Please note that for buttons :active and :focus pseudo-classes do not work in IE7. IE7 also does not allow disabled buttons to be styled. It is recommended that you use the .AFButton*:alias selectors as a shortcut to skin all button components the same.
af|chooseColor::button-swatch Styles the color swatch on standard color palette buttons.Includes .AFButtonBorderDisabled:alias
Pseudo classes Description
empty
af|chooseColor::swatch Styles the margin and width/height of color swatch. Includes .AFButtonBorder:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
empty
af|chooseColor::swatch-cell Styles the swatch cell on standard color palette; typically this would be the border properties.
Pseudo classes Description
selected
af|chooseColor::swatch-button Styles the button that contains a swatch.
af|chooseColor::swatch-table Styles the table that holds the swatch cells in the main selection area.
af|chooseColor::lower-swatch-table Styles the table that holds the swatch cells in the lower selection area.
Resource Strings Description
af_chooseColor.LABEL_CUSTOM_COLOR The button label and hover text for the button that is used to bring up the select custom color dialog.
af_chooseColor.LABEL_DEFAULT_COLOR Label and hover text for the default color button.
af_chooseColor.LABEL_HEX The label for the input text field on the select custom color dialog used to entering a new color as a single RGB string
af_chooseColor.LABEL_LAST_USED_COLOR Label and hover text for the last used color button.
af_chooseColor.LABEL_RED The label for the input text field on the select custom color dialog used to entering a new Red color as an integer between 0 and 255.
af_chooseColor.LABEL_GREEN The label for the input text field on the select custom color dialog used to entering a new Green color as an integer between 0 and 255.
af_chooseColor.LABEL_BLUE The label for the input text field on the select custom color dialog used to entering a new Blue color as an integer between 0 and 255.
af_chooseColor.MSG_RGB_INVALID The error text for when a user enters an invalid value for a color into the Red, Green, and Blue input boxes on the Select Custom Color dialog. The error text can contain {0} in it to be replaced with the invalid data entered in the Red, Green, Blue input field.
af_chooseColor.MSG_HEX_INVALID The error text for when a user enters an invalid hexadecimal value for a color. The error text can contain {0} in it to be replaced with the invalid data entered in the Hex input field
af_chooseColor.TIP_CURRENT_COLOR The hover text for the color swatch on the select custom color dialog. This is directly below the new color swatch.
af_chooseColor.TIP_NEW_COLOR The hover text for the new color swatch on the select custom color dialog. This is directly above the color swatch.
af_chooseColor.TIP_NO_COLOR The hover text for all color swatches that are not associated with a color. The swatch has an "x" through it.
af_chooseColor.TIP_TRAN_NO_COLOR Transparent
af_chooseColor.TITLE_CUSTOM_DLG The dialog title for the custom color dialog.

af:chooseDate

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|chooseDate The selector on the root dom element of the component.
af|chooseDate::ampm Style on the root element of the AM/PM radio buttons within chooseDate.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
read-only
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
af|chooseDate::ampm-content The appearance of the AM/PM radio buttons within chooseDate. For example, this can be set to a different font-size.
af|chooseDate::ampm-content-input The appearance of an individual AM/PM radio button within chooseDate. Used mostly for alignment.
af|chooseDate::ampm-item-text Style on the item text associated with the AM/PM radio buttons.
af|chooseDate::choice-list Style on the root element of the dropdown month selector and the dropdown timezone selector.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
read-only
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
af|chooseDate::choice-list-content Styles the appearance of the dropdown month selector and the dropdown timezone selector. For example, this can be set to a different font size.
af|chooseDate::choice-list-dropdown Styles the background of the dropdown icon.
af|chooseDate::choice-list-dropdown-icon-style Styles the dropdown icon for the month selector and the timezone selector. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To override the default icon, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the dropdown-icon-style and define the override icon for the dropdown-icon. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias
af|chooseDate::days-row Styles the appearance of the dates within the calendar grid. Individual day types (previous or next month, selected, regular) can override the properties defined here. For example, this can be set to a uniform font-size for all the days.
Pseudo classes Description
first
last
af|chooseDate::decrement-cell Styles the decrement-cell of the inputNumberSpinbox internal child component used for changing the year.
af|chooseDate::increment-cell Styles the increment-cell of the inputNumberSpinbox internal child component used for changing the year.
af|chooseDate::month-year-row Styles the appearance of the row containing the Month and Year selectors above the calendar grid. For example, this can be used to set a background color or height.
af|chooseDate::next-month-arrow Styles the next-month icon. You can put a background-image here. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|chooseDate::next-month-arrow-cell Styles the next-month icon cell. This cell is commonly used for gradient styles for buttons that have gradients.
af|chooseDate::next-month-day Styles the appearance of the table cell for dates in the next month. For example, you can add background color or border to the cell.
Pseudo classes Description
selected
af|chooseDate::prev-month-arrow Styles the previous-month icon. You can put a background-image here. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|chooseDate::prev-month-arrow-cell Styles the previous-month icon cell. cell. This cell is commonly used for gradient styles for buttons that have gradients.
af|chooseDate::prev-month-day Styles the appearance of the table cell for dates in the previous month. For example, you can add background color or border to the cell.
Pseudo classes Description
selected
af|chooseDate::regular-day Styles the appearance of the table cell for dates in the current month. For example, you can add background color or border to the cell.
Pseudo classes Description
selected
af|chooseDate::spinbox The root style for spinboxes within chooseDate (year, hours, minutes, seconds).
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
read-only
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
af|chooseDate::spinbox-content The appearance of the spinboxes within chooseDate (year, hours, minutes, seconds). For example, this can be set to a different font-size.
af|chooseDate::spinbox-incrementor-icon-style Uses background-image to set the increment image for the spinboxes within chooseDate (year, hours, minutes, seconds). If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|chooseDate::spinbox-incrementor-icon {content:"Text"}.
af|chooseDate::spinbox-decrementor-icon-style Uses background-image to set the decrement image for the spinboxes within chooseDate (year, hours, minutes, seconds). If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|chooseDate::spinbox-decrementor-icon {content:"Text"}.
af|chooseDate::time-selectors-row Styles the appearance of the row containing the Hour, Minute, Second time selectors. For example, this can be used to set a background color or height.
af|chooseDate::timezone-selectors-row Styles the appearance of the row containing the Timezone dropdown selector. For example, this can be used to set a height.
af|chooseDate::today Styles the appearance of the table cell for the current date (today). For example, you can add background color or border to the cell.
Pseudo classes Description
selected
af|chooseDate::week-header-cell The appearance of individual cells in the weekday header. For example, this can be set to have a different width or padding.
af|chooseDate::week-header-row The appearance of the weekday headers of the calendar. For example, this can be set to a different font-size or background color.
af|chooseDate::time-separator Styles the appearance of the time separator character ':' shown between the hours/minutes/seconds display.
af|chooseDate::year-selector-cell Styles the cell that contains the spinbox that is used to select the year.
Icon Selectors Description
af|chooseDate::choice-list-dropdown-icon Icon hook for the dropdown arrow in the month selector and the timezone selector. For example, this can be set to a different icon.
af|chooseDate::prev-month-arrow-icon The arrow for navigating to the previous month. Can be set to an image or a text string, e.g. "<". If setting to a text string, the background image in "af|chooseDate::prev-month-arrow" should be nulled out by setting "-tr-inhibit: background-image;".
af|chooseDate::next-month-arrow-icon The arrow for navigating to the next month. Can be set to an image or a text string, e.g. ">". If setting to a text string, the background image in "af|chooseDate::prev-month-arrow" should be nulled out by setting "-tr-inhibit: background-image;".
af|chooseDate::spinbox-incrementor-icon Overrides the default incrementor icon for the spinboxes within chooseDate (year, hours, minutes, seconds).
af|chooseDate::spinbox-decrementor-icon Overrides the default decrementor icon for the spinboxes within chooseDate (year, hours, minutes, seconds).
af|chooseDate::spinbox-incrementor-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled incrementor icon for the spinboxes within chooseDate (year, hours, minutes, seconds).
af|chooseDate::spinbox-decrementor-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled decrementor icon for the spinboxes within chooseDate (year, hours, minutes, seconds).
Resource Strings Description
af_chooseDate.TIP_PREVIOUS_MONTH Hover text for the arrow used to navigate to the previous month.
af_chooseDate.TIP_NEXT_MONTH Hover text for the arrow used to navigate to the next month.
af_chooseDate.LABEL_SELECT_MONTH Label for the field used to select the month.
af_chooseDate.LABEL_SELECT_YEAR Label for the field used to select the year.
af_chooseDate.LABEL_SELECT_HOURS Label for the field used to select the hours.
af_chooseDate.LABEL_SELECT_MINUTES Label for the field used to select the minutes.
af_chooseDate.LABEL_SELECT_SECONDS Label for the field used to select the seconds.
af_chooseDate.LABEL_SELECT_TIMEZONE Label for the field used to select the timezone.

af:column

To style the table component, you will use both af|table and af|column skin selectors.
Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|column This is the base selector for the component.
af|column::column-header-cell Styles the column header cell. This includes .AFTableCellPadding:alias and .AFTableCellHeaderBorder:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
focused styles when it has the current focus
drag styles the bo when it is dragged during a drag and drop.
af|column::column-header-cell-content Styles the content in a header cell.
Pseudo classes Description
sorted Styles when the column has been sorted. Typically you would use this to define a padding-right (with :ltr) or padding-left (with :rtl) so that the content shifts when the data is sorted to reduce the chance that the sort indicator obscures the header content.
af|column::column-header-table The table(s) used for the column headers. This selector can be used to provide a single gradient background for all table column headers.
af|column::select-all-header Styles the column header cell used to do select all for a table with multiple row selection enabled.
af|column::row-column-header-cell Styles the column header cell that is a row header as well.
af|column::column-footer-cell Styles the column footer cell. This includes .AFTableCellPadding:alias and .AFTableCellHeaderBorder:alias.
af|column::context Placed around the context facet content. A compound selector like "af|column::context af|contextInfo" can be used to control padding so that the icon doesn't overlap the column content
af|column::row-header-cell Styles the row header cell that has current focus. This includes .AFTableCellPadding:alias and .AFTableCellHeaderBorder:alias. To style a highlighted row's header cell, use "af|table::data-row:highlighted af|column::row-header-cell".
Pseudo classes Description
focused
af|column::data-cell Styles a column's data cell that is not banded. To style a selected row's data cell, use "af|table::data-row:selected af|column::data-cell." To style a selected column's non-banded data cell, use "af|column::data-cell:selected". This includes .AFTableCellPadding:alias and .AFTableCellDataBorder:alias. To style a highlighted row's data cell, use "af|table::data-row:highlighted af|column::data-cell". To style a data cell as a subtotal cell, use "af|column::data-cell.AFTableCellSubtotal" in your skin definition and styleClass="AFTableCellSubtotal" in the tag (typically this value would come from an EL expression since not every cell would be a subtotal cell).
Pseudo classes Description
selected
inactive
twinkle-on To style an active data's data cell to twinkle, use "af|column::data-cell:twinkle-on".
af|column::banded-data-cell Styles a column's data cell that is banded. To style a selected row's banded data cell, use "af|table::data-row:selected af|column::banded-data-cell". This includes .AFTableCellPadding:alias and .AFTableCellDataBorder:alias. To style a highlighted column's banded data cell, use "af|table::data-row:highlighted af|column::banded-data-cell".
Pseudo classes Description
selected Styles a selected column's banded data cell.
inactive
twinkle-on Styles an active data's data cell to twinkle.
af|column::detail-cell Styles a cell representing the state (disclosed/undisclosed) of the detail stamp for a given row. This includes .AFTableCellPadding:alias and .AFTableCellHeaderBorder:alias.
af|column::detail-column-header-cell Styles a column header cell above the cells representing the state (disclosed/undisclosed) of the detail stamp. This includes .AFTableCellPadding:alias and .AFTableCellHeaderBorder:alias.
af|column::dynamic-help-icon-style Styles the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover to style when hovering over a disabled help icon.
af|column::filter-clear-all-icon-style Styles the icon associated with clearing the filter fields, when displayed with the -tr-display-filter-clear-icon directive for tables. The image is set as a background-image that you can override. Supports :hover and :active pseudo-classes.
af|column::column-filter-cell Styles a column's filter cell.
af|column::sort-ascending-icon-style Styles the icon used for the sort ascending indicator. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the sort-ascending-icon-style and define the icon for the sort-ascending-icon. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|column::sort-descending-icon-style Styles the icon used for the sort descending indicator. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the sort-descending-icon-style and define the override icon for the sort-descending-icon. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|column::sorted-ascending-icon-style Styles the icon used for the sorted ascending indicator. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the sorted-ascending-icon-style and define the override icon for the sorted-ascending-icon.
af|column::sorted-descending-icon-style Style of the icon used for the sorted descending indicator. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the sorted-descending-icon-style and define the override icon for the sorted-descending-icon.
af|column::filter-clear-all-icon-style Styles the icon used for the clearing all filter fields in the table filter row. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the filter-clear-all-icon-style and define the icon for the filter-clear-all-icon.
Icon Selectors Description
af|column::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|column::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|column::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
af|column::filter-column-clear-all-icon Overrides the default sort ascending indicator. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|column::filter-column-clear-all-icon {content "X"} or af|column::filter-column-clear-all-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the filter-column-clear-all-icon-style key if you do not want background-image.
af|column::sort-ascending-icon Overrides the default sort ascending indicator. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|column::sort-ascending-icon {content "X"} or af|column::sort-ascending-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the sort-ascending-icon-style key if you do not want background-image.
af|column::sort-descending-icon Overrides the default sort descending indicator. Use this key instead of the sort-descending-icon-style key if you do not want background-image.
af|column::sorted-ascending-icon Overrides the default sorted ascending indicator. Use this key instead of the sorted-ascending-icon-style key if you do not want background-image.
af|column::sorted-descending-icon Overrides the default sorted descending indicator. Use this key instead of the sorted-descending-icon-style key if you do not want background-image.
af|column::filter-clear-all-icon Overrides the default icon for clearing all filter fields in the table filter row. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|column::filter-clear-all-icon{content: "X"} or af|column::filter-clear-all-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the filter-clear-all-icon-style key if you do not want background-image.
Resource Strings Description
af_column.TIP_SORT_ASCENDING Tooltip for the ascending sort icon on the column when sorting is enabled.
af_column.TIP_SORT_DESCENDING Tooltip for the descending sort icon on the column when sorting is enabled.
af_column.LABEL_DETAIL_STAMP Label to identify the existences of detail information on a row. This is only rendered in screenreader mode.
af_column.LABEL_ROW_SELECT Label on row header check box used to select rows. This is a special column for supporting row selection. This check box and label are only available in screenreader mode.
af_column.LABEL_COLUMN_SELECT Label on column header check box used to select columns. This check box and label are only available in screenreader mode.
af_column.LABEL_SELECT_ALL Label on left most column header check box used to select all rows. This check box and label are only available in screenreader mode.

af:commandButton

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|commandButton Style on the root element of the af:commandButton component. Tip: If you skin this selector's background-image or color, you may also want to skin a different background-image or color for :hover, :active, :focus, :disabled, and :text-only. Please note that for buttons :active and :focus pseudo-classes do not work in IE7. IE7 also does not allow disabled buttons to be styled. It is recommended that you use the .AFButton*:alias selectors as a shortcut to skin all button components the same.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
text-only Styles when there is no icon or the rendering is for screenReader mode. Tip: If you are setting the background-color of af|commandButton and it isn't taking effect, it may be because the component is in the text-only state, and there is a competing background color on af|commandButton:text-only selector. Therefore, set the background color on af|commandButton:text-only as well as af|commandButton.
af|commandButton::icon-style Style on the button icon, if the icon attribute is set on the af:commandButton.
af|commandButton::access-key Style on the text of the button. This includes the .AFButtonAccessKeyStyle:alias style.

af:commandImageLink

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|commandImageLink Style on the root element of the commandImageLink component. This style includes the .AFDefaultFont:alias style. commandImageLink supports further styling with the :hover, :disabled, and :text-only pseudo-classes.If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
text-only Styles when there is no icon or the rendering is for screenReader mode
af|commandImageLink::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:commandImageLink component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|commandImageLink::text Style on the link text on the af:commandImageLink component.
af|commandImageLink::image Style of the image used inside of the af:commandImageLink component.
Pseudo classes Description
leading Styles when the icon position is leading
trailing Styles when the icon position is trailing

af:commandLink

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|commandLink Style on the root element of the af:commandLink component. This style includes the .AFLinkForeground:alias and .AFDefaultFont:alias styles. You can use any valid CSS-2.1 pseudo-class, like :hover, :active, :focus, as well as :disabled to style the component for different states. Please note that for links :focus pseudo-class does not work in IE 7. The visited pseudo-class does not apply to hyperlinks generated by a commandLink component because clicking on the link results in firing a command which may or may not result in a page navigation. On the other hand, the "visited" pseudo-class applies to hyperlinks (such as those generated by a goLink) that have already been visited by the user. This is a user agent capability and user agents may choose to return a visited link to the (unvisited) ":link" state after a certain period of time. The state :focus includes .AFActiveLinkBorder:alias, the state :active includes .AFActiveLinkForeground:alias, the state :active:link includes .AFActiveLinkForeground:alias, and the state :disabled:active includes .AFLinkForeground:alias When the commandLink has a context facet this style is placed around all content with the exception of the context facet content. See af|commandLink::context for more information. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|commandLink::context Placed around the context facet content. A compound selector like "af|commandLink::context af|contextInfo" can be used to control padding so that the icon doesn't overlap the commandLink text
af|commandLink::access-key Styles the access key character for command links, default bold. This style includes .AFLinkAccessKeyStyle:alias

af:commandMenuItem

A commandMenuItem can be a child of a menu or a menuBar. When present on a menu, the commandMenuItem is identified by the style "af|commandMenuItem::menu-item". The commandMenuItem is further defined by 4 major sections, the "menu-item-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute, the "menu-item-text" which contains the commandMenuItem text, the "menu-item-accelerator" which contains the commandMenuItem accelerator, and the "menu-item-open-indicator" which is the empty space corresponding to where a submenu's open icon appears. When present on a menuBar, the commandMenuItem is identified by the style "af|commandMenuItem::bar-item". The bar item is further defined by 2 major sections, the "bar-item-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute, and the "bar-item-text" which contains the commandMenuItem text.
Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|commandMenuItem Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
highlighted A commandMenuItem is not only highlighted on mouseover, but also when its selected with the keyboard, so we therefore use the :highlighted and :depressed pseudo-classes over the CSS-2.1 :hover and :active style classes.
depressed A commandMenuItem is not only highlighted on mouseover, but also when its selected with the keyboard, so we therefore use the :highlighted and :depressed pseudo-classes over the CSS-2.1 :hover and :active style classes.
af|commandMenuItem::bar-item Style applied to a commandMenuItem present on a menubar. The commandMenuItem is further defined by 2 major sections, the "bar-item-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute and the "bar-item-text" which contains the menu text.
af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-icon-style Style applied to a bar item's icon container, which is the part of the bar item before its text. The icon is specified as an optional attribute on the commandMenuItem.
af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-radio-icon-style Style on the radio icon for a radio type command menu item shown on a menu bar. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the bar-item-radio-icon-style and define the icon for the bar-item-radio-icon key.
af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-check-icon-style Style on the check icon for a check type command menu item shown on a menu bar. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the bar-item-check-icon-style and define the icon for the bar-item-check-icon key.
af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-access-key Style on the access key character of a commandMenuItem, as shown on the menu bar. Includes the .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-text Style applied to the commandMenuItem's text, as shown on the menu bar.
af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-antonym-text-default Style applied to the text of an antonym type commandMenuItem in its default state, as shown on the menu bar.
af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-antonym-text-selected Style applied to the selected text of an antonym type commandMenuItem in its selected state, as shown on the menu bar.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item Style applied to a commandMenuItem present on a menu. The menu item is further defined by 4 major sections, the "menu-item-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute, the "menu-item-text" which contains the menu item text, the "menu-item-accelerator" which contains the menu item accelerator, and the "menu-item-open-indicator" which is the empty space corresponding to where a submenu's open indicator appears.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-icon-style Style applied to a commandMenuItem's icon container, which is the part of the commandMenuItem before its text. The icon is specified as an optional attribute on the commandMenuItem.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-access-key Style on the access key character of a commandMenuItem present on a menu. Includes the .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-text Style applied to the commandMenuItem's text, as shown inside a menu. For an antonym type commandMenuItem, the menu-item-antonym-text-default and menu-item-antonym-text-selected keys are used instead.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-antonym-text-default Style applied to the text of an antonym type commandMenuItem (shown inside a menu) in its default state.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-antonym-text-selected Style applied to the selected text of an antonym type commandMenuItem (shown inside a menu) in its selected state.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-accelerator Style on the part of the commandMenuItem (shown inside a menu) containing its accelerator keyboard shortcut.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-open-indicator Style on the part of the commandMenuItem (shown inside a menu) where an open icon would go. Because commandMenuItems do not open into nested submenus, this is an empty section at the end of the menu item.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-radio-icon-style Style on the radio icon for a radio type command menu item shown inside a menu. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the menu-item-radio-icon-style and define the icon for the menu-item-radio-icon key.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-check-icon-style Style on the check icon for a check type command menu item shown inside a menu. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the menu-item-check-icon-style and define the icon for the menu-item-check-icon key.
Icon Selectors Description
af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-radio-icon Overrides the default radio icon for a radio type command menu item shown on the menu bar. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-radio-icon {content "X"} or af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-radio-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-radio-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-check-icon Overrides the default check icon for a check type command menu item shown on the menu bar. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-check-icon {content "X"} or af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-check-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the af|commandMenuItem::bar-item-check-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-radio-icon Overrides the default radio icon for a radio type command menu item shown inside a menu. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-radio-icon {content "X"} or af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-radio-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-radio-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-check-icon Overrides the default check icon for check type command menu items. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-check-icon {content "X"} or af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-check-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the af|commandMenuItem::menu-item-check-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.

af:commandNavigationItem

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|commandNavigationItem Style on the root element of the af:commandNavigationItem component. commandNavigationItem is not used by itself in general. The common use case would be using it inside of a breadCrumb or navigationPane. When commandNavigationItem is inside of a breadCrumbs or navigationPane, the commandNavigationItem styleClasses will be overridden with their specific keys respectively.
Pseudo classes Description
selected
disabled
af|commandNavigationItem::icon-style Style for icon on NavigationItem, if specified.
af|commandNavigationItem::access-key Style on the text of the NavigationItem. This includes the .AFButtonAccessKeyStyle:alias style.
Resource Strings Description
af_commandNavigationItem.TIP_SELECTED Tooltip that shows the current item is selected. The tooltip text can contain {0} in it to be replaced by the name of the selected item.
af_commandNavigationItem.TIP_DISABLED Tooltip that shows the current item selected is disabled. The tooltip text can contain {0} in it to be replaced by the name of the disabled item.

af:commandToolbarButton

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|commandToolbarButton Style on the root element of the af:commandToolbarButton component. This style includes the .AFDefaultFont:alias style. Tip: You may also want to skin it for :hover.
Pseudo classes Description
depressed
selected
disabled
text-only Styles when there is no icon
icon-only Styles when there is no text.
twinkle-on
action-disabled Styles when actionDelivery="none"
af|commandToolbarButton::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:commandToolbarButton component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|commandToolbarButton::link Style on the button link on the af:commandToolbarButton component.
af|commandToolbarButton::text Style on the button text on the af:commandToolbarButton component.
af|commandToolbarButton::dropdown-cell Style on the cell containing the dropdown icon used for the popup button of the af:commandToolbarButton component.
af|commandToolbarButton::dropdown-icon-style Style of the icon used for the popup button of the af:commandToolbarButton component. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To override the default icon, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the dropdown-icon-style and define the override icon for the dropdown-icon.
Icon Selectors Description
af|commandToolbarButton::dropdown-icon Overrides the default dropdown icon used for the popup button of the af:commandToolbarButton component.
Resource Strings Description
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_ADD_LINK Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to insert a link. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_REMOVE_LINK Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to remove a link. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_CLEAR_STYLING Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to clear stylings. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_UNDO Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to undo last action. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_REDO Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to redo the last action. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_BOLD Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to bold the currently selected text. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_ITALIC Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to italicize the currently selected text. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_UNDERLINE Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to underline the currently selected text. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_SUBSCRIPT Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to subscript the currently selected text. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_SUPERSCRIPT Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to superscript the currently selected text. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_STRIKETHROUGH Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to strike through the currently selected text. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_JUSTIFY_LEFT Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to left justify the currently selected text. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_JUSTIFY_CENTER Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to center justify the currently selected text. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_JUSTIFY_RIGHT Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to right justify the currently selected text. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_JUSTIFY_FULL Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to set the styles for the browser to spread out sentences so that both the first and the last characters in the paragraph line up (except for the last line of the paragraph). Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_LIST_UNORDERED Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to insert an unordered list. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_LIST_ORDERED Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to insert an ordered list. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_OUTDENT Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to outdent a line. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_INDENT Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to indent a line. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_MODE_RICH_TEXT Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to put the rich text editor into rich mode. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.
af_commandToolbarButton.TIP_MODE_CODE Tooltip for generic command toolbar button used to put the rich text editor into raw xhtml mode. Currently this is only used in the rich text editor component.

af:contextInfo

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|contextInfo Style on the root element of the af:contextInfo component. You can use this in conjuction with other selectors to control the padding so that the icon doesn't overlap the content, for example "af|outputText af|contextInfo" or "af|column::context af|contextInfo".
af|contextInfo::launch-icon-cell Can be used to skin a gradient for the launch icon.
af|contextInfo::launch-icon-style used to control the launch icon. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
Icon Selectors Description
af|contextInfo::launch-icon Can be used to override the af|contextInfo::launch-icon-style background image with an icon in high contrast mode.
Resource Strings Description
af_contextInfo.TIP_MORE Text rendered on the contextInfo launch icon when there's no shortDesc attribute provided.

af:conveyorBelt

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|conveyorBelt Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
af|conveyorBelt::start-overflow-indicator Style on the start overflow indicator when the conveyor belt is in horizontal orientation. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|conveyorBelt::end-overflow-indicator Style on the end overflow indicator when the conveyor belt is in horizontal orientation. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|conveyorBelt::top-overflow-indicator Style on the top overflow indicator when the conveyor belt is in vertical orientation. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|conveyorBelt::bottom-overflow-indicator Style on the bottom overflow indicator when the conveyor belt is in vertical orientation. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
Icon Selectors Description
af|conveyorBelt::start-overflow-icon Overrides the default start overflow indicator image. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|conveyorBelt::start-overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|conveyorBelt::start-overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the start-overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image, by setting -tr-inhibit: background-image in the start-overflow-indicator key and defining the override icon in this key.
af|conveyorBelt::end-overflow-icon Overrides the default end overflow indicator image. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|conveyorBelt::end-overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|conveyorBelt::end-overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the end-overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image, by setting -tr-inhibit: background-image in the end-overflow-indicator key and defining the override icon in this key.
af|conveyorBelt::top-overflow-icon Overrides the default top overflow indicator image. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|conveyorBelt::top-overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|conveyorBelt::top-overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the top-overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image, by setting -tr-inhibit: background-image in the top-overflow-indicator key and defining the override icon in this key.
af|conveyorBelt::bottom-overflow-icon Overrides the default bottom overflow indicator image. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|conveyorBelt::bottom-overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|conveyorBelt::bottom-overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the bottom-overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image, by setting -tr-inhibit: background-image in the bottom-overflow-indicator key and defining the override icon in this key.

af:decorativeBox

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|decorativeBox Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-top-facet-layout How the top facet should be rendered. If not specified, or "center", the top facet is placed in between the rounded corners. If "full", the top facet will extend to both left and right edges of the outside of the decorative box.
-tr-center-icon

The name of an icon alias placed on the decorative box style class with a theme to use for an image to be placed into the center of the decorative box. Used in the fusion skin for a horizontal gradient that can stretch. Example usage:

af|decorativeBox {
  /* Use this icon with the default theme */
  -tr-center-icon: AFDecorativeBoxCenterIcon;
}
af|decorativeBox[theme="dark"] {
  /* Use this icon with the dark theme */
  -tr-center-icon: AFDecorativeBoxCenterIcon;
}
.AFDecorativeBoxCenterIcon:alias {
  content: url(/afr/images/icon.png);
}
                              

Note that the double quotes around the theme name must be present for the -tr-*-icon properties to be found.
Valid: af|decorativeBox[theme="dark"] {}
Invalid: af|decorativeBox[theme=dark] {}

-tr-additional-center-icon

The name of an icon alias placed on the decorative box style class with a theme to use for an image to be placed into the center of the decorative box. This is the same as the -tr-center-icon, but allows for a second icon to be placed. Used in the fusion skin for a top shadow gradient that sits above the horizontal gradient. See the -tr-center-icon for example code.

Note that the double quotes around the theme name must be present for the -tr-*-icon properties to be found.
Valid: af|decorativeBox[theme="dark"] {}
Invalid: af|decorativeBox[theme=dark] {}

-tr-bottom-icon

The name of an icon alias placed on the decorative box style class with a theme to use for an image to be placed into the bottom of the decorative box. This has the same usage as the -tr-center-icon. Used in the fusion skin for a horizontal gradient. See the -tr-center-icon for example code.

Note that the double quotes around the theme name must be present for the -tr-*-icon properties to be found.
Valid: af|decorativeBox[theme="dark"] {}
Invalid: af|decorativeBox[theme=dark] {}

af|decorativeBox::top-start Selector for the top left (top right for RTL) DIV. The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width. The height is taken from the height of the top.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width, e.g., "5px"
Only used by fusion skins.
af|decorativeBox::top Selector for the top container DIV that shows the decorative top image border. If the "top" facet is present, it will be contained with this element. The property "-tr-height" is supported to specify the height. If the "top" facet is present, the topHeight attribute is used instead of this property.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-height Specifies the height, e.g, "4px". If dimensionsFrom resolves to "children", percent units are not allowed. In a skin that uses css borders instead of image borders (Skyros), this property has no effect.
af|decorativeBox::top-content The DIV that contains the top facet's content.
af|decorativeBox::top-end Selector for the top right (top left for RTL) DIV. The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width, e.g., "5px".
Only used by fusion skins.
af|decorativeBox::start Selector for the left (right for RTL) DIV. The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width, e.g., "5px".
Only used by fusion skins.
af|decorativeBox::center This is the style for the content region of the box ("center" facet)
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
stretched when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=parent mode
af|decorativeBox::end Selector for the right (left for RTL) DIV. The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width, e.g., "5px".
Only used by fusion skins.
af|decorativeBox::frame Selector for the indented content in the center of the decorative box, where the borders are shown. The properties -tr-top-padding, -tr-bottom-padding, -tr-start-padding, and -tr-end-padding are supported to specify the amount of padding present inside the border.
Skin properties Description
-tr-top-padding Specifies the top padding inside the border, e.g., "5px".
-tr-bottom-padding Specifies the bottom padding inside the border, e.g., "5px".
-tr-start-padding Specifies the start padding inside the border, e.g., "5px".
-tr-end-padding Specifies the end padding inside the border, e.g., "5px".
Only used by altaskyros skins.
af|decorativeBox::bottom-start Selector for the bottom left (bottom right for RTL) DIV. The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width. The height is taken from the height of the bottom.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width, e.g., "4px".
Only used by fusion skins.
af|decorativeBox::bottom Selector for the bottom container DIV that shows the decorative bottom image border. The property "-tr-height" is supported to specify the height.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-height Specifies the width, e.g., "5px".
Only used by fusion skins.
af|decorativeBox::bottom-end Selector for the bottom right (bottom left for RTL) DIV. The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width. The height is taken from the height of the bottom.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the decorativeBox is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width, e.g., "4px".
Only used by fusion skins.
af|decorativeBox::center-icons Wrapper element used to house the extra icons that are placed into the center of the decorative box when -tr-center-icon or -tr-additional-center-icon are is use.
.AFDecorativeBoxDarkTopShadowIcon:alias Used by dark themed boxes for the shadow at the top of the center facet.
.AFDecorativeBoxDarkGradientIcon:alias Used by dark themed boxes to produce the gradient of the center and bottom of the decorativeBox.

af:deck

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|deck Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.

af:dialog

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|dialog Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
drag For e.g. "af|dialog:drag af|dialog::main{opacity:0.15;} @agent ie {af|dialog:drag af|dialog::main{filter:alpha(opacity:15);}}" changes the drag state of the dialog so that it is only 15% opaque.
inactive For e.g. "af|dialog::inactive-background{background-color:#FFFFFF;} af|dialog:inactive af|dialog::main{opacity:0.5;} @agent ie {af|dialog:inactive af|dialog::main{filter:alpha(opacity:50);}" sets the background to white and lets it bleed into the dialog by setting its opacity to 50%.
Skin properties Description
-tr-open-animation-duration The root style, af|dialog, contains skinning property "-tr-open-animation-duration" that specifies the minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for opening the popup. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-animate The root style, af|dialog, contains skinning property "-tr-animate" that specifies whether animation is turn on or off for popup dialogs. Set a value of "true" to enable animation. Set "false" to turn off animation. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-default-content-width The root style, af|dialog, contains skinning property "-tr-default-content-width" that provides the default contentWidth if not provided when stretching is turned on, "stretchChildren=first". The default is 250 (in pixels).
-tr-default-content-height The root style, af|dialog, contains skinning property "-tr-default-content-height" that provides the default contentHeight if not provided when stretching is turned on, "stretchChildren=first". The default is 250 (in pixels).
-tr-button-type Specify 'unified' if you want the dialog to internally use the unified af|button component, otherwise use 'old' to use original (and now deprecated) button implementations.
af|dialog::resize-ghost The selector applied to the element temporarily created to animate a mouse drag resize. The element is a div with absolute positioning that floats above the dialog getting resized. The border, background color and opacity are attributes that a custom skin might want to adjust.
af|dialog::main Selector for the main element of this dialog. This selector is used in conjunction with the pseudo-class :drag on the root element and af|dialog::main to achieve an drag look for the dialog.
af|dialog::inactive-background Selector for displaying the background when the dialog is not the active window. This selector is used in conjunction with the pseudo-class :inactive on the root element and af|dialog::main to achieve an inactive look for the dialog. For e.g. "af|dialog::inactive-background{background-color:#FFFFFF;} af|dialog:inactive af|dialog::main{opacity:0.5;} @agent ie {af|dialog:inactive af|dialog::main{filter:alpha(opacity:50);}" sets the background to white and lets it bleed into the dialog by setting its opacity to 50%.
af|dialog::header-start The style for the starting cell of the header. Generally this is the decoration on the left side of the screen and can be used to create rounded edges.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the dialog edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: nw-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|dialog::header Styles the "header" element. This element surrounds the header text, icon and close regions.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the dialog edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: n-resize).
af|dialog::header-end The style for the ending cell of the header. Generally this is the decoration on the right side of the screen and can be used to create rounded edges.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the dialog edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: ne-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|dialog::footer-start
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the dialog edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: ne-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|dialog::footer The style for the center cell of the footer.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the dialog edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: s-resize).
af|dialog::footer-end The style for the ending cell of the footer. Generally this is the decoration on the right side of the screen and can be used to create rounded edges.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the dialog edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: se-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|dialog::content-start The style for the starting of the content. This will be located directly below the af|dialog::header-start key, above the af|dialog::footer-start key and before the af|dialog::content key.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the dialog edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: se-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|dialog::content The style for the content region of the dialog. This is the area where the components children will be rendered. It is located directly below the af|dialog::header key, above the af|dialog::footer and after the af|dialog::content-start key.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to change attributes such as padding when resize mode is on.
af|dialog::content-center The center of the dialog is marked with this style. It is contained in the af|dialog::content node. Padding and color can be adjusted with this style but overflow is managed programmatically. Use of this style is conditional on property values stretchChildren=first or resize=on.
af|dialog::content-end The style for the ending of the content. This will be located directly below the af|dialog::header-end key, above the af|dialog::footer-end key and after the af|dialog::content key.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the dialog edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: e-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|dialog::resize-icon-region Styles the region around the resize icon in af|dialog::footer and aligned to end in LTR. It can be used to set paddings, margins around the resize icon.
af|dialog::resize-icon-style The style for the resize icon located in the af|dialog::resize-icon-region.
af|dialog::icon-region Styles the region around the window icon in af|dialog::header and aligned to start. It can be used to set paddings, margins around the title icon.
af|dialog::title Styles the title of the dialog.
af|dialog::help-link-container A style containing the "dynamic help" for the window. It will only be displayed if assigned a helpTopicId and will be positioned after the af|dialog::title and before the af|dialog::close-icon-style within af|dialog::header.
af|dialog::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon located within the help-link-container. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover to take precedence over :hover alone.
af|dialog::close-icon-region Styles the region around af|dialog::close-icon-style in af|dialog::header and aligned to end. It can be used to set paddings, margins around the title icon.
af|dialog::close-icon-style Style on the dialog's close icon. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the close-icon-style and define the icon for the close-icon key.
af|dialog::footer-button Styles the root element of the button in the footer of the dialog. Note that this skin selector is only present when the skin selector -tr-button-type is set to 'old', and the footer buttons are rendered as af:commandButtons. When the -tr-button-type is set to 'unified', the footer buttons are rendered as af:buttons and have the default stylings for af:button applied, so that footer buttons have the same look and feel as all other buttons. Please note that for commandButtons :active and :focus pseudo-classes do not work in IE7. IE7 also does not allow disabled af:commandButtons to be styled. It is recommended that you use the .AFButton*:alias selectors as a shortcut to skin all button components the same. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :focus.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
text-only Styles when there is no icon.
af|dialog::footer-button-affirmative Styles the root element of the "Yes" and "OK" buttons in the footer of the dialog. These buttons are dependent on the dialog components type property. Please note that for commandButtons :active and :focus pseudo-classes do not work in IE7. IE7 also does not allow disabled af:commandButtons to be styled. It is recommended that you use the .AFButton*:alias selectors as a shortcut to skin all button components the same. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :focus.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
text-only Styles when there is no icon.
af|dialog::footer-button-cancel Styles the root element of the "Cancel" button in the footer of the dialog. This button is dependent on the dialog components type property. Please note that for commandButtons :active and :focus pseudo-classes do not work in IE7. IE7 also does not allow disabled af:commandButtons to be styled. It is recommended that you use the .AFButton*:alias selectors as a shortcut to skin all button components the same. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :focus.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
text-only Styles when there is no icon.
af|dialog::footer-button-no Styles the root element of the "No" button in the footer of the dialog. This button is dependent on the dialog components type property. Please note that for commandButtons :active and :focus pseudo-classes do not work in IE7. IE7 also does not allow disabled af:commandButtons to be styled. It is recommended that you use the .AFButton*:alias selectors as a shortcut to skin all button components the same. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :focus.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
text-only Styles when there is no icon.
af|dialog::footer-button-icon-style When -tr-button-type is set to 'old', styles the footer commandButton icon, if there is an icon on the commandButton.
af|dialog::footer-button-access-key When -tr-button-type is set to 'old', styles the access key text of the footer commandButton. This includes the .AFButtonAccessKeyStyle:alias style.
Icon Selectors Description
af|dialog::close-icon Overrides the default close icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|dialog::close-icon {content "X"} or af|dialog::close-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the close-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|dialog::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|dialog::dynamic-help-icon-style. Located in the af|dialog::help-link-container and only enabled if a helpTopicId is provided.
af|dialog::resize-icon Overrides the default resize icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|dialog::resize-icon {content ">"} or af|dialog::resize-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the resize-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
Resource Strings Description
af_dialog.LABEL_OK Label for the "ok" button attached to the dialog. This is only available when the dialog has been configured with an "ok" button.
af_dialog.LABEL_CANCEL Label for the "cancel" button attached to the dialog. This is only available when the dialog has been configured with the "cancel" button.
af_dialog.LABEL_YES Label for the "yes" button attached to the dialog. This is only available when the dialog has been configured with the "yes" button.
af_dialog.LABEL_NO Label for the "no" button attached to the dialog. This is only available when the dialog has been configured with the "no" button.

af:document

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|document Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
maximized Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component when a maximized="true" attribute is specified on the component.
af|document::skip-link Selector on the skip link that is rendered by the af:document component when an af:skipLinkTarget tag is present.
af|document::splash-screen Selector on the root element of the document splash screen. The splash screen is displayed on the first page access for any new session. This selector is typically used to provide a background color for the page while the splash screen is displayed.
af|document::splash-screen-content Selector on the content element of the document splash screen. The content contains two sub-pieces: an icon and a text message (e.g. "Loading..."). The selector is typically used to display a border/background for these contents.
af|document::splash-screen-message Selector on the message element of the document splash screen. This selector is typically used to specify a font for the splash screen text message (e.g. "Loading...").
Icon Selectors Description
af|document::splash-screen-icon Icon displayed within the splash screen contents.
Resource Strings Description
af_document.LABEL_SKIP_LINK_TEXT Text written out as part of link in screenreader mode to skip to the content on the page.
af_document.LABEL_SPLASH_SCREEN The label for the splash screen that is displayed the first time a page is shown.
af_document.MSG_FAILED_CONNECTION The error text brought up in an alert box when a connection to the server fails.
af_document.MSG_SCREEN_READER_HINT A message that lets screen reader users know that the page is rendered using screen reader optimized contents. This message is rendered such that it is read by screen readers, but not visible to non-screen reader users.

af:form

The form component has no public skinning keys.

af:goButton

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|goButton Style on the root element of the af:goButton component. Tip: If you skin this selector's background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active, :focus, and :disabled. Please note that for buttons :active and :focus pseudo-classes do not work in IE7. IE7 also does not allow disabled buttons to be styled. It is recommended that you use the .AFButton*:alias selectors as a shortcut to skin all button components the same.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|goButton::icon-style Style on the button icon, if the icon attribute is set on the af:goButton.
af|goButton::access-key Style on the text of the button. This includes the .AFButtonAccessKeyStyle:alias style.

af:goImageLink

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|goImageLink Style on the root element of the goImageLink component. This style includes the .AFDefaultFont:alias style. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
text-only Styles when there is no icon or the rendering is for screenReader mode
af|goImageLink::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:goImageLink component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|goImageLink::text Style on the link text on the af:goImageLink component.
af|goImageLink::image Style of the image used inside of the af:goImageLink component.
Pseudo classes Description
leading Styles when the icon position is leading
trailing Styles when the icon position is trailing

af:goLink

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|goLink Style on the root element of the af:goLink component. Please note that for links :focus pseudo-class does not work in IE 7. This style includes the .AFLinkForeground:alias and .AFDefaultFont:alias styles. The state :visited includes .AFVisitedLinkForeground:alias, the state :focus includes .AFActiveLinkBorder:alias, the state :visited:focus includes .AFVisitedLinkBorder:alias, the state :active includes .AFActiveLinkForeground:alias, the state :active:link includes .AFActiveLinkForeground:alias, and the state :disabled:active includes .AFLinkForeground:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :focus.
Pseudo classes Description
visited
disabled
af|goLink::access-key Styles the access key character for go links, default bold. This style includes .AFLinkAccessKeyStyle:alias

af:goMenuItem

A goMenuItem can be a child of a menu or a menuBar. When present on a menu, the goMenuItem is identified by the style "af|goMenuItem::menu-item". Like commandMenuItem and submenus, the goMenuItem is further defined by 4 major sections, the "menu-item-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute, the "menu-item-text" which contains the goMenuItem text, the "menu-item-accelerator" which contains the goMenuItem accelerator, and the "menu-item-open-indicator" which is the empty space corresponding to where a submenu's open icon appears. When present on a menuBar, the goMenuItem is identified by the style "af|goMenuItem::bar-item". The bar item is further defined by 2 major sections, the "bar-item-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute, and the "bar-item-text" which contains the goMenuItem text.
Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|goMenuItem Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
highlighted A goMenuItem is not only highlighted on mouseover, but also when its selected with the keyboard, so we therefore use the :highlighted and :depressed pseudo-classes over the CSS-2.1 :hover and :active style classes.
depressed A goMenuItem is not only highlighted on mouseover, but also when its selected with the keyboard, so we therefore use the :highlighted and :depressed pseudo-classes over the CSS-2.1 :hover and :active style classes.
af|goMenuItem::bar-item Style applied to a goMenuItem present on a menubar. The goMenuItem is further defined by 2 major sections, the "bar-item-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute and the "bar-item-text" which contains the menu text.
af|goMenuItem::bar-item-icon-style Style applied to a bar item's icon container, which is the part of the bar item before its text. The icon is specified as an optional attribute on the goMenuItem.
af|goMenuItem::bar-item-access-key Style on the access key character of a goMenuItem, as shown on the menu bar. Includes the .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|goMenuItem::bar-item-text Style applied to the goMenuItem's text, as shown on the menu bar.
af|goMenuItem::menu-item Style applied to a goMenuItem present on a menu. The menu item is further defined by 4 major sections, the "menu-item-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute, the "menu-item-text" which contains the menu item text, the "menu-item-accelerator" which contains the menu item accelerator, and the "menu-item-open-indicator" which is the empty space corresponding to where a submenu's open indicator appears.
af|goMenuItem::menu-item-icon-style Style applied to a goMenuItem's icon container, which is the part of the goMenuItem before its text. The icon is specified as an optional attribute on the goMenuItem.
af|goMenuItem::menu-item-access-key Style on the access key character of a goMenuItem present on a menu. Includes the .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|goMenuItem::menu-item-text Style applied to the goMenuItem's text, as shown inside a menu.
af|goMenuItem::menu-item-accelerator Style on the part of the goMenuItem (shown inside a menu) containing its accelerator keyboard shortcut.
af|goMenuItem::menu-item-open-indicator Style on the part of the goMenuItem (shown inside a menu) where an open icon would go. Because goMenuItems do not open into nested submenus, this is an empty section at the end of the menu item.

af:group

This component has no visual representation. It does not generate any elements on the page and thus is not skinnable.

af:icon

There are no skinning selectors for this component.

af:image

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|image Style on the root dom element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
twinkle-on

af:inlineFrame

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|inlineFrame Style for the root element of the inlineFrame component. Typically no styles would be defined with this selector but for backward-compatibility purposes, this can be used for defining a background-image that will be displayed as a loading indicator when the iframe is not being stretched by an ancestor using af|inlineFrame:busy. See af|inlineFrame::status-icon and af|inlineFrame::status-icon-style for the case when it is being stretched by an ancestor. It is suggested to use the .AFBackgroundImageStatus:alias rule ref in this selector when the busy pseudo-class is used.
Pseudo classes Description
busy
flow
af|inlineFrame::status-icon-style This style is for the element that contains the status-icon. This typically defines a background-image to an alpha-transparent image that lets a binary-transparent animated status-icon image blend well on any background when these 2 images are stacked. Also typically a width and height are defined for the dimensions of this container. It is suggested to use the .AFStatusIconStyle:alias rule ref in this selector. For backward-compatibility purposes, this selector is only used on inlineFrames that are stretched by their ancestor.
Icon Selectors Description
af|inlineFrame::status-icon This icon gives a graphical representation that the inlineFrame content is loading. This typically defines a content URL for an animated image, the width of this image, and the height of this image. It is suggested to use the .AFStatusIcon:alias rule ref in this selector. For backward-compatibility purposes, this selector is only used on inlineFrames that are stretched by their ancestor.
Resource Strings Description
af_inlineFrame.LABEL_FETCHING Label shown to the user when the inlineFrame is busy fetching items from the server.

af:inputColor

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|inputColor Style on the root element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
read-only For example, you can style the content when the component is readOnly by using this selector: "af|inputColor:read-only::content"
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
click-to-edit Used to style the clickToEdit look and feel.
compact Used to style the compact look and feel.
focus-target Pseudo-class used to change the display style when the component has focus. This differs from the "focus" pseudo-class in that it is applied to the root DOM element of the component when any of its child elements have the focus. This allows focus styles to be applied to any selector, not just the selector of the element that has the browser focus.
af|inputColor::access-key Style on the access key character for inputColor. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias
af|inputColor::content Style on the content of the component. You can set the width of the content piece and border colors.
af|inputColor::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over just :hover in disabled state.
af|inputColor::input-chooser-wrapper Style the parent container of all the child elements. Used for adding an error border style.
af|inputColor::launch-icon-style Style the clickable icon of the component. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover.
Icon Selectors Description
af|inputColor::launch-icon The button icon which is used to launch the secondary color picker dialog. Note: This af|selectInputColor's color swatch is now used to launch the secondary dialog on most browsers. The af|selectInputColor::launch-icon icon is only displayed on browsers which do not display the color swatch, such as Netscape 4.x.
af|inputColor::changed-icon The icon that will render when the changed attribute is true. Includes .AFChangedIcon:alias.
af|inputColor::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputColor::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|inputColor::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
Resource Strings Description
af_inputColor.TIP_CLICK_TO_LAUNCH_POPUP_SELECTOR Tooltip that displays on the launch icon.

af:inputComboboxListOfValues

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|inputComboboxListOfValues Style on the root element of the inputComboboxListOfValues component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled For example, you can style the label when the component is disabled by using this selector: "af|inputComboboxListOfValues:disabled::label"
edit-mode-select
read-only
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
click-to-edit Used to style the clickToEdit look and feel.
focus-target Pseudo-class used to change the display style when the component has focus. This differs from the "focus" pseudo-class in that it is applied to the root DOM element of the component when any of its child elements have the focus. This allows focus styles to be applied to any selector, not just the selector of the element that has the browser focus.
Skin properties Description
-tr-dropdown-number-of-rows The property used to indicate how many rows to be displayed in the drop down list.
-tr-dropdown-row-height The property used to determine the row height of each item in the drop down list in pixels.
-tr-stretch-dropdown-table Determines whether the table in the the dropdown should be stretched to the content of columns or limit the width to the width of input field.
-tr-stretch-search-dialog Determines whether the resizing of search and select dialog needs to be enabled.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:inputComboboxListOfValues component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::container Style on the container of the af:inputComboboxListOfValues component, which basically contains inputText and the dropdown icon.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::content Style on the content of the af:inputComboboxListOfValues component. You can set the width of the content piece that will be used when the columns attribute on af:inputComboboxListOfValues is not set.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::context-content Style that goes around both the context facet and the content. Can be used to control the content padding when the context facet is set, For example:af|inputComboboxListOfValues::context-content af|inputComboboxListOfValues::content{padding-left:7px;}
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::label Style on the label of the af:inputComboboxListOfValues component. This includes .AFLabel:alias style selector.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::search Overrides the Search... link in the drop down of the inputComboboxListOfValues component.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::separator Overrides the separator of the inputComboboxListOfValues component.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::dropdown-cell Overrides the default gradient background for the drop down icon of the inputComboboxListOfValues component.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::dropdown-icon-style Overrides the default drop down icon of the inputComboboxListOfValues component. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
click-to-edit
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::popup-create-icon-style Overrides the default create icon of CommandToolbarButton in LOV. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias. If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
Icon Selectors Description
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::dropdown-icon The icon used to launch the drop down list of the inputComboboxListOfValues component.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::dropdown-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled dropdown icon.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::changed-icon The icon that will render when the changed attribute is true. Includes .AFChangedIcon:alias.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputComboboxListOfValues::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|inputComboboxListOfValues::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
af|inputComboboxListOfValues::popup-create-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputComboboxListOfValues::popup-create-icon-style. By default this is null.
Resource Strings Description
af_inputComboboxListOfValues.LABEL_SEARCH The text used in the popup for use with transient search link added to the popup.
af_inputComboboxListOfValues.TIP_CREATE The text used as the tooltip for the create commandToolbarButton created inside the search and select dialog

af:inputDate

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|inputDate Style on the root element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled For example, you can style the content when the component is disabled by using this selector: "af|inputDate:disabled::content"
read-only
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
click-to-edit Used to style the clickToEdit look and feel.
focus-target Pseudo-class used to change the display style when the component has focus. This differs from the "focus" pseudo-class in that it is applied to the root DOM element of the component when any of its child elements have the focus. This allows focus styles to be applied to any selector, not just the selector of the element that has the browser focus.
af|inputDate::access-key Style on the access key character for inputDate. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias
af|inputDate::content Style on the content of the component. You can set the width of the content piece and border colors.
af|inputDate::label Style on the label of the af:inputDate component. This includes .AFLabel:alias style selector. :disabled::label includes .AFLabelDisabled:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|inputDate::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|inputDate::timezone Style on the timezone that appears beside the input field. You can hide the entire timezone string by setting "display:none".
af|inputDate::launch-icon-style Style of the clickable launch icon. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the launch-icon-style and define the icon for the launch-icon key. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled For example, you can style the icon when the component is disabled by using this selector: "af|inputDate::launch-icon-style:disabled".
click-to-edit
af|inputDate::cancel-button .
af|inputDate::retry-button .
af|inputDate::delete-button .
Icon Selectors Description
af|inputDate::launch-icon The button icon which is used to launch the secondary date picker dialog. For example, you can replace the glyph with a text icon. By default, the ::launch-icon-style is set with the background-image and this key is not set.
af|inputDate::changed-icon The icon that will render when the changed attribute is true. Includes .AFChangedIcon:alias.
af|inputDate::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputDate::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|inputDate::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
Resource Strings Description
af_inputDate.TIP_TITLE_SELECT_DATE The tooltip text for the popup selector of the inputDate component when configured for date only mode. This is also used as the title for the popup that is generated in response to clicking the selector. This popup hosts the chooseDate component.
af_inputDate.TIP_TITLE_SELECT_DATE_AND_TIME The tooltip text for the popup selector of the inputDate component when configured for date and time mode. This is also used as the title for the popup that is generated in response to clicking the selector. This popup hosts the chooseDate component.
af_inputDate.TIP_CLICK_TO_LAUNCH_POPUP_SELECTOR A fallback tooltip for the glyph next to the inputDate, when the code is unable to determine the type of the converter.

af:inputFile

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|inputFile Style on the root element of the af:inputFile component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
update
read-only
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
click-to-edit Used to style the clickToEdit look and feel.
focus-target Pseudo-class used to change the display style when the component has focus. This differs from the "focus" pseudo-class in that it is applied to the root DOM element of the component when any of its child elements have the focus. This allows focus styles to be applied to any selector, not just the selector of the element that has the browser focus.
af|inputFile::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:inputFile component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|inputFile::content Style on the content of the af:inputFile component.
af|inputFile::multiple-content Style on the content of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-content Style on the content of the upload area of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-content-container Style on the content container of the upload area of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-pane Style on the upload pane of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-filelist Style on the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-dropzone Style on the drop zone of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-drag Style on the drag color of the drop zone of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-filename Style on the filenames in the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-filesize Style on the file sizes in the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-progress Style on the upload progress bar area in the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-progress-done Style on the upload progress done text in the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-progress-failed Style on the upload progress failed text in the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-action Style on the upload action area (cancel, retry and delete) in the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-progressbar-determinate Style on the determinate upload progress bar in the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-progressbar-determinate-start-label Style on the determinate upload progress bar start label in the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-progressbar-determinate-end-label Style on the determinate upload progress bar end label in the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-toolbar Style on the upload toolbar (which contains the Upload/Stop Uploading button) of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|inputFile::label Style on the label of the af:inputFile component. This includes .AFLabel:alias style selector. :disabled::label includes .AFLabelDisabled:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-cancel-button Icon for the upload cancel button of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
hover
active
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-retry-button Icon for the upload retry button of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
hover
active
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-delete-button Icon for the upload delete button of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
hover
active
Icon Selectors Description
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-progressbar-indeterminate-icon Icon for the indeterminate upload progress bar in the upload file list of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
af|inputFile::changed-icon The icon that will render when the changed attribute is true. Includes .AFChangedIcon:alias.
af|inputFile::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputFile::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|inputFile::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
af|inputFile::multiple-upload-droparea-icon Icon for the drop area of the af:inputFile component in multiple file mode.
Pseudo classes Description
hover
Resource Strings Description
af_inputFile.LABEL_UPDATE_BUTTON Label for the button to launch the update dialog for file upload.
af_inputFile.LABEL_UPDATE_DIALOG_TITLE The text for the dialog title on the file upload update dialog.
af_inputFile.LABEL_UPLOAD_BUTTON Label for the button to start uploading files in multiple file mode.
af_inputFile.LABEL_STOP_BUTTON Label for the button to stop uploading files in multiple file mode.
af_inputFile.LABEL_FILE_CANCEL_BUTTON Label for the button to cancel uploading a file in multiple file mode.
af_inputFile.LABEL_FILE_RETRY_BUTTON Label for the button to retry uploading a file in multiple file mode.
af_inputFile.LABEL_FILE_DONE_TEXT The text for indicating when a file has completed uploading in multiple file mode.
af_inputFile.LABEL_FILE_FAILED_TEXT The text for indicating when a file has failed uploading in multiple file mode.
af_inputFile.TEXT_FILE_SIZE_GB Text for gigabytes in the file size.
af_inputFile.TEXT_FILE_SIZE_MB Text for megabytes in the file size.
af_inputFile.TEXT_FILE_SIZE_KB Text for kilobytes in the file size.
af_inputFile.TEXT_FILE_SIZE_B Text for bytes in the file size.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_ERROR Summary error text used to generate a faces message on a failed file upload.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_ERROR_DETAIL Detailed error text used to generate a faces message on a failed file upload.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_MAXIMUM_FILES_ERROR Summary error text returned when there are too many files in multiple file mode.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_MAXIMUM_FILES_ERROR_DETAIL Detailed error text returned when there are too many files in multiple file mode.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_QUEUED_FILES_ERROR Summary error text returned when there are files in the upload file list which have not been uploaded yet and the user tries to leave the page.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_QUEUED_FILES_ERROR_DETAIL Detailed error text returned when there are files in the upload file list which have not been uploaded yet and the user tries to leave the page.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_FAILED_FILES_ERROR Summary error text returned when there are files which failed to upload in multiple file mode.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_FAILED_FILES_ERROR_DETAIL Detailed error text returned when there are files which failed to upload in multiple file mode.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_DUPLICATE_FILENAME_ERROR Summary error text returned when there is a file in the upload file list with the same name.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_DUPLICATE_FILENAME_ERROR_DETAIL Detailed error text returned when there is a file in the upload file list with the same name.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_MAXIMUM_FILE_SIZE_ERROR Summary error text returned when the file added to the file list exceeds the configured maximum allowed file size.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_MAXIMUM_FILE_SIZE_ERROR_DETAIL Detailed error text returned when the file added to the file list exceeds the configured maximum allowed file size.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_MAXIMUM_DISKSPACE_ERROR Summary error text returned when the combined size of all the files in the file list exceeds the configured maximum allowed size.
af_inputFile.MSG_UPLOAD_MAXIMUM_DISKSPACE_ERROR_DETAIL Detailed error text returned when the combined size of all the files in the file list exceeds the configured maximum allowed size.

af:inputListOfValues

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|inputListOfValues Style on the root element of the af:inputListOfValues component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled For example, you can style the label when the component is disabled by using this selector: "af|inputListOfValues:disabled::label"
edit-mode-select
read-only
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
click-to-edit Used to style the clickToEdit look and feel.
focus-target Pseudo-class used to change the display style when the component has focus. This differs from the "focus" pseudo-class in that it is applied to the root DOM element of the component when any of its child elements have the focus. This allows focus styles to be applied to any selector, not just the selector of the element that has the browser focus.
Skin properties Description
-tr-stretch-search-dialog Determines whether the resizing of search and select dialog needs to be enabled.
af|inputListOfValues::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:inputListOfValues component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|inputListOfValues::content Style on the content of the af:inputListOfValues component. You can set the width of the content piece that will be used when the columns attribute on af:inputListOfValues is not set.
af|inputListOfValues::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|inputListOfValues::label Style on the label of the af:inputListOfValues component. This includes .AFLabel:alias style selector. :disabled::label includes .AFLabelDisabled:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|inputListOfValues::search-icon-style Overrides the default search icon of the inputListOfValues component. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias
Pseudo classes Description
click-to-edit
af|inputListOfValues::popup-create-icon-style Overrides the default create icon of CommandToolbatButton in LOV. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|inputListOfValues::popup-icon-container Used to provide additional style control to the search popup icons. For example, if separate gradient button backgrounds are desired.
Icon Selectors Description
af|inputListOfValues::search-icon Search icon used to launch the search and select dialog of the inputListOfValues component.
af|inputListOfValues::search-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled search icon.
af|inputListOfValues::changed-icon The icon that will render when the changed attribute is true. Includes .AFChangedIcon:alias.
af|inputListOfValues::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputListOfValues::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|inputListOfValues::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
af|inputListOfValues::popup-create-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputListOfValues::popup-create-icon-style. By default this is null.
Resource Strings Description
af_inputListOfValues.TIP_SEARCH The text used as the tooltip for the search icon used to launch the search and select dialog when label and searchDesc are null.
af_inputListOfValues.TIP_SEARCH_LABEL The text used as the tooltip for the search icon used to launch the search and select dialog when searchDesc is null and label is not null.
af_inputListOfValues.TIP_CREATE The text used as the tooltip for the create commandToolbarButton created inside the search and select dialog

af:inputNumberSlider

See also the selectors for af:inputRangeSlider. Most likely when you skin the af:inputNumberSlider component you'll want to skin the af:inputRangeSlider component the same way. You can do this in CSS by using a comma to separate the selectors, like: af|inputNumberSlider::label, af|inputRangeSlider::label {background-color: silver}.
Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|inputNumberSlider Style on the root element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
printable
read-only For example, you can style the content when the component is readOnly by using this selector: "af|inputNumberSlider:read-only::content"
playable Used to style the slider when animation is enabled
playing Used to style the slider when animation is playing
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
af|inputNumberSlider::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:inputNumberSlider component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|inputNumberSlider::content Style on the content of the component. Common properties are height and border colors.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|inputNumberSlider::label Style on the label of the af:inputNumberSlider component. This includes .AFLabel:alias style selector. :disabled::label includes .AFLabelDisabled:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|inputNumberSlider::plus-icon-style Uses background-image to set the increment image (+). If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputNumberSlider::plus-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::minus-icon-style Uses background-image to set the decrement image (-). If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputNumberSlider::minus-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::play-icon-style Uses background-image to set the play button image. If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputNumberSlider::play-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::pause-icon-style Uses background-image to set the pause button image. If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputNumberSlider::pause-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::bar Styles the bar size of the slider.
af|inputNumberSlider::bar-outer-border Styles the outer border. This combined with the af|inputNumberSlider::bar-inner-border gives the bar area a sunken effect
af|inputNumberSlider::bar-inner-border Styles the inner border. This combined with the af|inputNumberSlider::bar-outer-border gives the bar area a sunken effect
af|inputNumberSlider::thumb-icon-style Uses background-image to show the currently selected value in the slider. If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputNumberSlider::thumb-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::thumb-value-line Styles the line drawn from the thumb to the displayed value of the current thumb position.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::thumb-value Styles the value of the current thumb position.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::ticks Styles the basic tick marks for the slider. This is used to set the positioning of the ticks.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::major-tick Styles the major tick marks for the slider. This tick is normally longer than the minor ticks marks. The major tick marks position are defined by the majorIncrement attribute of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::minor-tick Styles the minor tick marks for the slider. The minor tick marks position are defined by the minorIncrement attribute on the component. If this attribute is not defined these ticks are not rendered.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::zero-tick Styles the zero tick marks for the slider. This is only rendered if the slider has a range that crosses the zero point.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::tick-value Styles the value for major tick marks for the slider.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputNumberSlider::tick-value-zero Styles the value of the zero tick mark for the slider. This is only rendered if the slider has a range that crosses the zero point.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
Icon Selectors Description
af|inputNumberSlider::plus-icon Overrides the default plus icon.
af|inputNumberSlider::minus-icon Overrides the default minus icon.
af|inputNumberSlider::thumb-icon Overrides the default thumb icon.
af|inputNumberSlider::play-icon Overrides the default play icon.
af|inputNumberSlider::pause-icon Overrides the default pause icon.
af|inputNumberSlider::plus-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled plus icon.
af|inputNumberSlider::minus-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled minus icon.
af|inputNumberSlider::thumb-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled thumb icon.
af|inputNumberSlider::minus-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled minus icon.
af|inputNumberSlider::pause-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled pause icon.
af|inputNumberSlider::changed-icon The icon that will render when the changed attribute is true. Includes .AFChangedIcon:alias.
af|inputNumberSlider::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputNumberSlider::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|inputNumberSlider::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
Resource Strings Description
af_inputNumberSlider.TIP_INCREASE The tooltip for the increase icon attached to both the input number slider and the input range slider. This is shown when the user hovers over the icon.
af_inputNumberSlider.TIP_DECREASE The tooltip for the decrease icon attached to both the input number slider and the input range slider. This is shown when the user hovers over the icon.

af:inputNumberSpinbox

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|inputNumberSpinbox Style on the root element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
read-only For example, you can style the content when the component is readOnly by using this selector: "af|inputNumberSpinbox:read-only::content"
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
click-to-edit Used to style the clickToEdit look and feel.
focus-target Pseudo-class used to change the display style when the component has focus. This differs from the "focus" pseudo-class in that it is applied to the root DOM element of the component when any of its child elements have the focus. This allows focus styles to be applied to any selector, not just the selector of the element that has the browser focus.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:inputNumberSpinbox component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::content Style on the content of the component. Common properties are height and border colors.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::decrement-cell Style on the parent of the decrement icon. Used to provide additional styles, e.g. separate background gradients.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::increment-cell Style on the parent of the increment icon. Used to provide additional styles, e.g. separate background gradients.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::label Style on the label of the component. Includes .AFLabel:alias. The key af|inputNumberSpinbox:disabled::label includes .AFLabelDisabled:alias.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::incrementor-icon-style Uses background-image to set the increment image. If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputNumberSpinbox::incrementor-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
click-to-edit
af|inputNumberSpinbox::decrementor-icon-style Uses background-image to set the decrement image. If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputNumberSpinbox::decrementor-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
click-to-edit
af|inputNumberSpinbox::spinbox-cell Styles the cell for the decrementor/incrementor icons. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled For example, you can style the icon when the component is disabled by using this selector: "af|inputNumberSpinbox:disabled::spinbox-cell".
Icon Selectors Description
af|inputNumberSpinbox::incrementor-icon Overrides the default incrementor icon.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::decrementor-icon Overrides the default decrementor icon.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::incrementor-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled incrementor icon.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::decrementor-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled decrementor icon.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::changed-icon The icon that will render when the changed attribute is true. Includes .AFChangedIcon:alias.
af|inputNumberSpinbox::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputNumberSpinbox::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|inputNumberSpinbox::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
Resource Strings Description
af_inputNumberSpinbox.TIP_INCREMENT The tooltip for the increase icon attached to the input spinbox. This is shown when the user hovers over the icon.
af_inputNumberSpinbox.TIP_DECREMENT The tooltip for the decrease icon attached to the input spinbox. This is shown when the user hovers over the icon.
af_inputNumberSpinbox.TIP_INCREMENT_DISABLED The tooltip for the increase icon attached to the input spinbox when disabled. This is shown when the user hovers over the icon.
af_inputNumberSpinbox.TIP_INCREMENT_DISABLED The tooltip for the decrease icon attached to the input spinbox when disabled. This is shown when the user hovers over the icon.

af:inputRangeSlider

See also the selectors for af:inputNumberSlider. Most likely when you skin the af:inputRangeSlider component you'll want to skin the af:inputNumberSlider component the same way. You can do this in CSS by using a comma to separate the selectors, like: af|inputNumberSlider::label, af|inputRangeSlider::label {background-color: silver}.
Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|inputRangeSlider Style on the root element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
printable
read-only For example, you can style the content when the component is readOnly by using this selector: "af|inputRangeSlider:read-only::content"
playable Used to style the slider when animation is enabled
playing Used to style the slider when animation is playing
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
af|inputRangeSlider::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:inputRangeSlider component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|inputRangeSlider::content Style on the content of the component. Common properties are height and border colors.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|inputRangeSlider::label Style on the label of the af:inputRangeSlider component. This includes .AFLabel:alias style selector. :disabled::label includes .AFLabelDisabled:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|inputRangeSlider::plus-icon-style Uses background-image to set the increment image (+). If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputRangeSlider::plus-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::minus-icon-style Uses background-image to set the decrement image (-). If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputRangeSlider::minus-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::play-icon-style Uses background-image to set the play button image. If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputNumberSlider::play-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::pause-icon-style Uses background-image to set the pause button image. If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputNumberSlider::pause-icon {content:"Text"}.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::bar Styles the bar size of the slider.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::bar-outer-border Styles the outer border. This combined with the af|inputRangeSlider::bar-inner-border gives the bar area a sunken effect.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::bar-inner-border Styles the inner border. This combined with the af|inputRangeSlider::bar-outer-border gives the bar area a sunken effect.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::highlight Styles the region contained within the bar between the minimum and maximum thumb values of the current range.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::range Styles the portion of the bar that is between the two range values.
af|inputRangeSlider::thumb-icon-style Uses background-image to show the currently selected value in the slider. If you want to use text instead of a background-image, you can use af|inputNumberSlider::thumb-icon {content:"Text"}. Two of these will be rendered for the range to represent the minimum and maximum value of the Range.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::thumb-value-line Styles the line drawn from the thumb to the displayed value of the current minimum and maximum thumb positions.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::thumb-value Styles the value of the current minimum and maximum thumb positions.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::ticks Styles the basic tick marks for the slider. This is used to set the positioning of the ticks.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::major-tick Styles the major tick marks for the slider. This tick is normally longer than the minor ticks marks. The major tick marks position are defined by the majotIncreament attribute of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::minor-tick Styles the minor tick marks for the slider. The minor tick marks position are defined by the minorIncrement attribute on the component. If this attribute is not defined these ticks are not rendered.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::zero-tick Styles the zero tick marks for the slider. This is only rendered if the slider has a range that crosses the zero point.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::tick-value Styles the value for major tick marks for the slider.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
af|inputRangeSlider::tick-value-zero Styles the value of the zero tick mark for the slider. This is only rendered if the slider has a range that crosses the zero point.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
vertical
Icon Selectors Description
af|inputRangeSlider::plus-icon Overrides the default plus icon.
af|inputRangeSlider::minus-icon Overrides the default minus icon.
af|inputRangeSlider::thumb-icon Overrides the default thumb icon.
af|inputRangeSlider::play-icon Overrides the default play icon.
af|inputRangeSlider::pause-icon Overrides the default pause icon.
af|inputRangeSlider::plus-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled plus icon.
af|inputRangeSlider::minus-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled minus icon.
af|inputRangeSlider::thumb-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled thumb icon.
af|inputRangeSlider::minus-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled minus icon.
af|inputRangeSlider::pause-disabled-icon Overrides the default disabled pause icon.
af|inputRangeSlider::changed-icon The icon that will render when the changed attribute is true. Includes .AFChangedIcon:alias.
af|inputRangeSlider::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputRangeSlider::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|inputRangeSlider::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
Resource Strings Description
af_inputRangeSlider.TIP_START_RANGE The tooltip for the thumb icon that denotes the start of the range. This is shown when the user hovers over the icon.
af_inputRangeSlider.TIP_END_RANGE The tooltip for the thumb icon that denotes the end of the range. This is shown when the user hovers over the icon.

af:inputText

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|inputText Style on the root element of the af:inputText component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled For example, you can style the label when the component is disabled by using this selector: "af|inputText:disabled::label"
multi-row Style for when rows > 1 (i.e. a textarea)
stretched Style for when inputText is stretched.
read-only
error
fatal
warning
info
confirmation
click-to-edit Used to style the clickToEdit look and feel.
focus-target Pseudo-class used to change the display style when the component has focus. This differs from the "focus" pseudo-class in that it is applied to the root DOM element of the component when any of its child elements have the focus. This allows focus styles to be applied to any selector, not just the selector of the element that has the browser focus.
af|inputText::access-key Style on the access key for the label of the af:inputText component. For example, underline the access key. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|inputText::content Style on the content of the af:inputText component. You can set the width of the content piece that will be used when the columns attribute on af:inputText is not set.
af|inputText::context-content Style that goes around both the context facet and the content. Can be used to control the content padding when the context facet is set, For example:af|inputText::context-content af|inputText::content{padding-left:7px;}
af|inputText::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|inputText::label Style on the label of the af:inputText component. This includes .AFLabel:alias style selector. :disabled::label includes .AFLabelDisabled:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
.AFFieldTextMarker To style the input (aka content) piece of inputText without creating a skin definition, you can set these public style classes on the styleClass attribute. The "Marker" style classes are rendered on the root dom element, they have no style properties of their own, and they map the content piece of the component's styling to the public style class without the "Marker". For example, we map AFFieldTextMarker to AFFieldText by defining this skin definition for you in our base skin: af|inputText.AFFieldTextMarker af|inputText::content {-tr-rule-ref: selector(".AFFieldText")}. If you set styleClass="AFFieldText", the entire component will be affected, including the label. If you want to affect only the "content" piece, use one of these marker style classes. If you need to skin these styles, then you can skin the non-marker equivalent style (e.g., .AFFieldText) and because the base skin skin selector, the content piece will be affected. By default, in LTR mode only the AFFieldNumberMarker style does anything (it right aligns the text). It is in RTL mode that the styling is changed; the bidi-direction is changed for most of these marker styles.
.AFFieldTextLTRMarker Styles the content piece of the component as a ltr field text.
.AFPhoneFieldTextMarker Styles the content piece of the component as a phone field text.
.AFPostalCodeFieldTextMarker Styles the content piece of the component as a postal code field text.
.AFAddressFieldTextMarker Styles the content piece of the component as an address field text.
.AFFieldNumberMarker Styles the content piece of the component as a number field text.
Icon Selectors Description
af|inputText::changed-icon The icon that will render when the changed attribute is true. Includes .AFChangedIcon:alias.
af|inputText::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|inputText::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|inputText::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.

af:link

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|link Style on the root element of the af:link component. This style includes the .AFLinkForeground:alias and .AFDefaultFont:alias styles. You can use any valid CSS-2.1 pseudo-class, like :hover, :active, :focus, as well as :disabled to style the component for different states. Please note that for links :focus pseudo-class does not work in IE 7. The visited pseudo-class does not apply to hyperlinks generated by an action (command) type link because clicking on the link results in firing a command which may or may not result in a page navigation. On the other hand, the "visited" pseudo-class applies to hyperlinks generated by a destination (go) type link that have already been visited by the user. This is a user agent capability and user agents may choose to return a visited link to the (unvisited) ":link" state after a certain period of time. The state :visited includes .AFVisitedLinkForeground:alias, the state :focus includes .AFActiveLinkBorder:alias, the state :visited:focus includes .AFVisitedLinkBorder:alias the state :active includes .AFActiveLinkForeground:alias, the state :active:link includes .AFActiveLinkForeground:alias, and the state :disabled:active includes .AFLinkForeground:alias. When the link has a context facet this style is placed around all content with the exception of the context facet content. See af|link::context for more information. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active, and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
visited
disabled
text-only Styles when there is no icon.
trailing Styles when the icon position is trailing
top Styles when the icon position is top
bottom Styles when the icon position is bottom
af|link::access-key Styles the access key character for links, default bold. This style includes .AFLinkAccessKeyStyle:alias
af|link::context Placed around the context facet content. A compound selector like "af|link::context af|contextInfo" can be used to control padding so that the icon doesn't overlap the link text
af|link::image Style of the image used inside of the af:link component.
af|link::text Style on the link text on the af:link component.

af:listItem

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|listItem Styles the root dom element of the component. This component is not intended for use outside of the listView component. You could define a background-color or border style in this selector to style an inidividual item.
Pseudo classes Description
group-header Styles the listItem element when it is a group header.
selected Styles the selected state of the listItem
highlighted Styles the mouse hover state of the listItem.
af|listItem::icon-container Styles the container for expand/collapse icons in the group header for listItem.
af|listItem::expanded-icon-style Style of the expanded icon used with the listItem component in a group header. The expanded icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To override the default icon, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the expanded-icon-style and define the override icon for the expanded-icon. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias
af|listItem::collapsed-icon-style Style of the collapsed icon used with the listItem component in a group header. The collapsed icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To override the default icon, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the collapsed-icon-style and define the override icon for the collapsed-icon. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias
Icon Selectors Description
af|listItem::expanded-icon Overrides the default expanded icon for the listItem component in a group header.
af|listItem::collapsed-icon Overrides the default collapsed icon the listItem component in a group header.
Resource Strings Description
af_listItem.TIP_COLLAPSED_GROUP Tooltip for the collapse icon used in the the listItem component in a group header.
af_listItem.TIP_EXPANDED_GROUP Tooltip for the expand icon used in the the listItem component in a group header.
af_listItem.TIP_SCREEN_READER_COLLAPSED_NODE ScreenReader Mode tooltip for the collapse icon used in the the listItem component in a group header.
af_listItem.TIP_SCREEN_READER_EXPANDED_NODE ScreenReader Mode tooltip for the expand icon used in the the listItem component in a group header.

af:listView

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|listView Styles the root dom element of the component. Typically a background-color, color, width dimension, or non-percent height dimension would be defined in this selector.
af|listView::data-container Styles the wrapper around all listItem components.
af|listView::navbar Used to style the items navigation bar.
af|listView::navbar-item-range-text Used to style message displaying the number of items in the record navigation bar.
af|listView::navbar-load-more-link Used to style link for fetching more items in the record navigation bar.
af|listView::empty-text Used to style the container around the empty text displayed when the listView component has no items.
Resource Strings Description
af_listView.LABEL_FETCHING Label shown to the user when the listView is busy fetching items from the server.
af_listView.LABEL_ITEM_RANGE_KNOWN_COUNT Label used to display message about number of items when the row count is known
af_listView.LABEL_ITEM_RANGE_UNKNOWN_COUNT Label used to display message about number of items when the row count is not known
af_listView.LABEL_LOAD_MORE_ITEMS Label shown for fetching more items from the server.

af:media

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|media Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Resource Strings Description
af_media.TIP_DEFAULT_LINK_TEXT_AUDIO Default text for the link to audio media.
af_media.TIP_DEFAULT_LINK_TEXT_VIDEO Default text for the link to video media.
af_media.TIP_DEFAULT_LINK_TEXT_UNKNOWN Default text for the link to unknown media.

af:menu

There are 2 parts to a menu. One is the menu itself - meaning the popup that opens up and shows the children contained inside the menu. The other part is the menu link - the menu text and open icon that you click to open the menu. Menus can appear as children of two components. A menu can appear inside a menuBar - this is a normal or top-level menu. Alternately a menu can appear inside another menu - this is a submenu or nested menu. The top-level menu link that appears on a menuBar is identified by the style "af|menu::bar-item". The menu bar item is further defined by 3 major sections, the "bar-item-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute, the "bar-item-text" which contains the menu text, and the "bar-item-open-icon-style" which contains the icon that opens the menu itself. A nested submenu link (a menu inside a menu) is identified by the style "af|menu::submenu". The submenu is further defined by 4 major sections, the "submenu-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute, the "submenu-text" which contains the menu text, the "submenu-accelerator" which is the empty space corresponding to where a commandMenuItem's or goMenuItem's accelerator appears, and the "submenu-open-indicator" which is the space where the open indicator ("submenu-open-icon-style") appears.
Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|menu Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component. Menu supports further styling with the :disabled, :highlighted and :depressed pseudo-classes. The part of the menu that appears on the menu bar or in a menu (as a submenu) is not only highlighted on mouseover, but also when it is selected with the keyboard, so we therefore use the :highlighted and :depressed pseudo-classes over the CSS-2.1 :hover, :active and :disabled style classes.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
highlighted
depressed
Skin properties Description
-tr-visible-items Sets the default maximum number of visible items that can be displayed inside a menu. If there are more items in the menu than this value, then scroll up and scroll down icons will be displayed, allowing the user to scroll through the menu contents.
-tr-open-animation-duration Specifies the minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for opening the menu.
-tr-animate The root style, contains skinning property "-tr-animate" that specifies whether animation is turn on or off for popup menus. Set a value of "true" to enable animation. Set "false" to turn off animation. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
af|menu::bar-item Style applied to the menu bar item that is shown on a menubar (when a menu is located on a menubar). The menu bar item is further defined by 3 major sections, the "bar-item-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute, the "bar-item-text" which contains the menu text, and the "bar-item-open-icon-style" which contains the icon that opens the menu itself.
af|menu::bar-item-icon-style Style applied to a menu bar item's icon container, which is the part of the menu bar item before its text. The icon is specified as an optional attribute on the menu.
af|menu::bar-item-access-key Style on the access key character of a menu, as shown on the menu bar. Includes the .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|menu::bar-item-text Style applied to the menu's text, as shown on the menu bar.
af|menu::bar-item-open-icon-style For menus that appear in a menubar, this is the style on the menu's open icon (i.e., the drop down menu icon). The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the bar-item-open-icon-style and define the icon for the bar-item-open-icon key.
af|menu::child-container Style applied to the menu container that appears when you open a menu. The menu container contains the child contents, called menu items, of the menu. These menu items can be either additional menus, called submenus, commandMenuItems, or goMenuItems.
af|menu::scroll-up-cell Style on the cell that contains the scroll up icon. This cell is only present in a menu when there are more menu items present than the menu's maximum item setting.
af|menu::scroll-up-icon-style Style on the scroll up icon that is present in a menu when there are more menu items present than the menu's maximum item setting. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the scroll-up-icon-style and define the icon for the scroll-up-icon key.
af|menu::scroll-down-cell Style on the cell that contains the scroll down icon. This cell is only present in a menu when there are more menu items present than the menu's maximum item setting.
af|menu::scroll-down-icon-style Style on the scroll down icon that is present in a menu when there are more menu items present than the menu's maximum item setting. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the scroll-down-icon-style and define the icon for the scroll-down-icon key.
af|menu::submenu Style applied to the submenu item inside a menu (when a menu is located inside another menu). The submenu is further defined by 4 major sections, the "submenu-icon-style" which contains the optional icon attribute, the "submenu-text" which contains the menu text, the "submenu-accelerator" which is the empty space corresponding to where a commandMenuItem's or goMenuItem's accelerator appears, and the "submenu-open-indicator" which is the space where the open indicator ("submenu-open-icon-style") appears.
af|menu::submenu-icon-style Style applied to a submenu's icon container, for submenus that have assigned icons. The icon is specified as an attribute on the menu.
af|menu::submenu-text Style applied to the submenu's text, as shown inside the menu.
af|menu::submenu-access-key Style on the access key character of the submenu, as shown inside the menu. Includes the .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|menu::submenu-accelerator Style on the part of the submenu where an accelerator keyboard shortcut would go. CommandMenu Items (which can also appear inside menus) have accelerators while menus do not. Because menus do not have accelerators, this is just an empty section near the end of the submenu item.
af|menu::submenu-open-indicator Style on the section of the submenu that contains its open icon for opening the nested submenu. The submenu-open-icon-style, which contains the actual icon image, is a child of this element.
af|menu::submenu-open-icon-style Style for a submenu open icon, which is present when you have menus inside of menus (nested submenus). The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the submenu-open-icon-style and define the icon for the submenu-open-icon key.
af|menu::separator-row Style on the row inside a menu that contains a separator. Menus have separators when they have grouped menu items inside the menu.
af|menu::separator Style on the separator line itself. The separator stretches across most of the separator-row, but not the space on the left where optional icons go.
af|menu::detachable-header The header row for a detachable menu. Contains the detachable-header-content-center and af|panelWindow::close-icon-style. When attached, the header shows a detach grip. When detached, the header appears similar to a panelWindow header.
af|menu::detachable-header-content-center The center content for the detachable header row. When attached, contains the detach-handle and spans the header row. When detached, contains a af|panelWindow::title and shares the header row with the af|panelWindow::close-icon-style.
af|menu::detach-handle Style on the top of a detachable menu where a user can grab and drag the detachable menu.
af|menu::detach-grip For a detachable menu, this is the style on the part of the detachable handle where the grip image is located. This image is a background image for this style and can be customized by specifying an alternate background image.
af|menu::fetching-message Styling on the 'data fetching...' text message that briefly appears when a menu that has contentDelivery set to lazy is first opened. This message is displayed while the menu information is retrieved from the server.
Icon Selectors Description
af|menu::bar-item-open-icon Overrides the default menubar menu's launch icon (i.e., the drop down menu icon). Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|menu::bar-item-open-icon {content "X"} or af|menu::bar-item-open-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the af|menu::bar-item-open-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|menu::scroll-up-icon Overrides the default menu's scroll up icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|menu::scroll-up-icon {content "X"} or af|menu::scroll-up-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the af|menu::scroll-up-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|menu::scroll-down-icon Overrides the default menu's scroll down icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|menu::scroll-down-icon {content "X"} or af|menu::scroll-down-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the af|menu::scroll-down-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|menu::submenu-open-icon Used to override a submenu open icon, which is present when you have menus inside of menus (nested submenus). Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|menu::submenu-open-icon {content "X"} or af|menu::submenu-open-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the af|menu::submenu-open-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.

af:menuBar

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|menuBar Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
af|menuBar::body The main section of the menuBar where the items are, not including the end space to the right where the overflow-indicator appears.
af|menuBar::item Style applied to the menuBar item that is shown on a menuBar. This does not apply when using a menuModel.
af|menuBar::model-nav-item-text Style applied to the text of the navigation item when using menuBar with a menu model.
af|menuBar::model-bar-nav-item Style applied to navigation item rendered inside the bar when using menuBar with a menu model.
af|menuBar::model-inner-nav-item Style applied to navigation item rendered inside the popups when using menuBar with a menu model.
af|menuBar::separator Styles the separator icon that is used to separate grouped children. This does not apply when using a menuModel.
af|menuBar::overflow-indicator Style on the overflow indicator that is present when the menuBar items are overflowed beyond the available space. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
Icon Selectors Description
af|menuBar::overflow-icon Overrides the default menuBar overflow icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|menuBar::overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|menuBar::overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the af|menuBar::overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image.

af:message

These styles may also be used when automatically displaying messaging for components even when no message component is on the page.
Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|message This is the base selector for the component.
Icon Selectors Description
af|message::info-icon The icon for messages that are of type info.
af|message::confirmation-icon The icon for messages that are of type confirmation.
af|message::warning-icon The icon for messages that are of type warning.
af|message::error-icon The icon for messages that are of type error.
af|message::fatal-icon The icon for messages that are of type fatal.
Resource Strings Description
af_message.TIP_FATAL Tooltip that displays on the component when the type of message is critical error.
af_message.TIP_ERROR Tooltip that displays on the component when the type of message is error.
af_message.TIP_WARNING Tooltip that displays on the component when the type of message is warning.
af_message.TIP_CONFIRMATION Tooltip that displays on the component when the type of message is confirmational.
af_message.TIP_INFO Tooltip that displays on the component when the type of message is informational.
af_message.LABEL_COMPONENT_MESSAGES_INTRO Header text that displays when multiple messages are displayed for the same component.
af_message.TIP_PREVIOUS_MESSAGE Tooltip that displays on the previous icon when multiple messages are displayed.
af_message.TIP_NEXT_MESSAGE Tooltip that displays on the next icon when multiple messages are displayed.
af_message.LABEL_SHOW_ALL_MESSAGES Label text that displays on the "All" button when multiple messages are displayed.
af_message.TIP_SHOW_ALL_MESSAGES Tooltip that displays on the "All" button when multiple messages are displayed.
af_message.LABEL_COMPACT_TYPE_SUMMARY Message that displays the type of error, where {0} is the type and {1} is the message summary. For example: "Error: Not a number" where {0} ="Error" and {1} = "Not a number".

af:messages

These styles may also be used when automatically displaying messaging for the page even when no messages component is on the page.
Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|messages This is the base selector for the component.
Icon Selectors Description
af|messages::info-icon The icon for messages that are of type info.
af|messages::confirmation-icon The icon for messages that are of type confirmation.
af|messages::warning-icon The icon for messages that are of type warning.
af|messages::error-icon The icon for messages that are of type error.
af|messages::fatal-icon The icon for messages that are of type fatal.
Resource Strings Description
af_messages.TIP_FATAL Tooltip that displays on component level messages when the type of message is critical error.
af_messages.TIP_ERROR Tooltip that displays on component level messages when the type of message is error.
af_messages.TIP_WARNING Tooltip that displays on component level messages when the type of message is warning.
af_messages.TIP_CONFIRMATION Tooltip that displays on component level messages when the type of message is confirmational.
af_messages.TIP_INFO Tooltip that displays on component level messages when the type of message is informational.
af_messages.LABEL_COMBINED_MESSAGES_INTRO Header text that displays when multiple messages are displayed.
af_messages.LABEL_COMPONENT_LEVEL_MESSAGE Text link that displays when there are page level and component level messages. When clicked, the component level messages display.
af_messages.LABEL_SET_FOCUS_ON_COMPONENT Tooltip that displays on hover of the LABEL_COMPONENT_LEVEL_MESSAGE.

af:navigationPane

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|navigationPane Styles the root dom element of the component.
Skin properties Description
-tr-layout-type Determines how navigationPane with hint=tabs handles tab items when there is not enough horizontal space. Specify 'conveyor' if you want buttons that provide a conveyor belt implementation. Specify 'overflow' if you want overflow popups.
-tr-tab-bar-height Sets the value (with units, e.g., "2em" or "21px") for the height of the tab bar that displays tabs as well as the height of the tab contents. This property can also be retrieved if you need to know the height of the tabs in the skin. You can tweak the line-height of the ::tab-start, ::tab-conent, ::tab-end if you want to adjust where the text appears vertically within this bar. Note that you should not assign a font-size on these elements because if your height is in font-relative units, e.g. "em", it may not resolve the a consistent number of pixels unless all elements that get this height value use the same font-size.
af|navigationPane-bar Style on the root dom element of the component for hint as "bar".
af|navigationPane-bar::link Style on the link of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "bar". Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
selected
af|navigationPane-bar::access-key Style on the access key character of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "bar". Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias
af|navigationPane-bar::icon-style Style on the icon of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "bar"
af|navigationPane-bar::separator-icon-style Style of the icon used as the bar item separator. And icon can be specified as a background-image in this key. Alternately, you can use tr-inhibit: background-image and instead define the override icon.
af|navigationPane-bar::body Styles the container which encloses both the navigationPane bar content and the overflow indicator.
af|navigationPane-bar::content Styles the container which encloses the navigationPane bar content (excluding the overflow indicator).
af|navigationPane-bar::start-overflow-indicator Style on the start overflow indicator that is present when the bar items are overflowed beyond the first item displayed. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|navigationPane-bar::end-overflow-indicator Style on the end overflow indicator that is present when the bar items are overflowed beyond the last item displayed. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|navigationPane-buttons Style on the root dom element of the component for hint as "buttons".
af|navigationPane-buttons::link Style on the link of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "buttons". Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
selected
af|navigationPane-buttons::access-key Style on the access key character of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "buttons". Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias
af|navigationPane-buttons::icon-style Style on the icon of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "buttons"
af|navigationPane-buttons::separator-icon-style Style of the icon used as the buttons item separator. And icon can be specified as a background-image in this key. Alternately, you can use tr-inhibit: background-image and instead define the override icon.
af|navigationPane-choice Style on the root dom element of the component for hint as "choice".
af|navigationPane-choice::label Style on the label of navigationPane with hint "choice". This includes .AFLabelTextForeground:alias. :disabled::label includes .AFLabelTextForegroundDisabled:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|navigationPane-choice::link Style on the link of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "choice". This includes .AFTextForeground:alias, .AFLinkForeground:alias, .AFDefaultFont:alias and .AFStartTextAlign:alias style selectors. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active, :focus, etc.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
selected
af|navigationPane-choice::dropdown-cell Style on the cell of dropdown icon for gradient style. This includes .AFButtonGradient:alias, AFDropDownIconBorder:alias, .AFButtonGradientHover:alias, .AFButtonGradientActive:alias and .AFDropDownIconBorderActive:alias style selectors. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|navigationPane-choice::dropdown-icon-style Styles the dropdown icon of the navigationPane component with hint "choice". By default the dropdown-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for s.
af|navigationPane-choice::access-key Style on the access key character of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "choice". Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias
af|navigationPane-choice::icon-style Style on the icon of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "choice"
af|navigationPane-list Style on the root dom element of the component for hint as "list".
af|navigationPane-list::bullet Style on the cell which contains the bullet for list of the component with hint "list". The bullet image is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set {-tr-inhibit: background-image} in this style and define the icon using the bullet-icon, icon selector.
af|navigationPane-list::link Style on the link of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "list". Tip: You may also want to skin :hover.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
selected
af|navigationPane-list::access-key Style on the access key character of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "list". Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias
af|navigationPane-list::icon-style Style on the icon of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "list"
af|navigationPane-tabs Style on the root dom element of the component for hint as "tabs".
af|navigationPane-tabs::header Style on the tab bar container of the component for hint as "tabs".
af|navigationPane-tabs::tab Style on the tabs in the navigationPane component for hint as tabs.
Pseudo classes Description
selected to style the currently selected tab
disabled to style content for disabled tab
highlighted Styles content for the currently keyboard focused tab.
af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-start Style on the start of the tabs used with the navigationPane component for hint as tabs. To provide an alternate skinning of the tabs, specify alternate background images to the ::tab-start, ::tab-end, and ::tab-content. Alternate styling styling of :disabled and :selected states can be done as well. Styling with a border is not supported (doing this will result in browser compatibility issues based on em sizing). Here is an example of a full reskinning of the tabs: af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-start {width: 10px; background-image:url('/images/tab_top_left_black.png');} af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-end {width: 10px; background-image:url('/images/tab_top_right_black.png');} af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-content {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_middle_black.png');} af|navigationPane-tabs::tab:disabled af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-start {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_left_red.png');} af|navigationPane-tabs::tab:disabled af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-end {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_right_red.png');} af|navigationPane-tabs::tab:disabled af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-content {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_middle_red.png');} af|navigationPane-tabs::tab:selected af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-start {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_left_blue.png');} af|navigationPane-tabs::tab:selected af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-end {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_right_blue.png');} af|navigationPane-tabs::tab:selected af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-content {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_middle_blue.png');}
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
selected
Only used by fusion skins.
af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-end Style on the end of the tabs used with the navigationPane component for hint as tabs. To provide an alternate skinning of the tabs, you will want to specify alternate background images to the ::tab-start, ::tab-end, and ::tab-content. Styling with a border is not supported (doing this will result in browser compatibility issues based on em sizing). See the definition for ::tab-start for a full example. Only used by fusion skins.
af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-content Style on the middle of the tabs used with the navigationPane component for hint as tabs. To provide an alternate skinning of the tabs, you will want to specify alternate background images to the ::tab-start, ::tab-end, and ::tab-content. Styling with a border is not supported (doing this will result in browser compatibility issues based on em sizing). See the definition for ::tab-start for a full example.
af|navigationPane-tabs::tab-link Style on the anchor (link) part of the tabs used with the navigationPane component for hint as tabs. Disabled tabs do not have a tab-link selector.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
hover
active
af|navigationPane-tabs::body Styles the container which encloses both the navigationPane tabs content and the overflow indicator.
af|navigationPane-tabs::content Styles the container which encloses the navigationPane tabs content (excluding the overflow indicator). This element is only present when overflow compressed layout is enabled.
af|navigationPane-tabs::conveyor-belt-container Style for container of drop list items.
af|navigationPane-tabs::start-overflow-indicator Style on the start overflow indicator that is present when the toolbar tabs have compressed layout mode of overflow. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|navigationPane-tabs::end-overflow-indicator Style on the end overflow indicator that is present when the toolbar tabs have compressed layout mode of overflow. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|navigationPane-tabs::start-conveyor-belt-indicator Style on the start conveyor belt indicator that is present when the toolbar tabs have compressed layout mode of conveyor belt. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|navigationPane-tabs::end-conveyor-belt-indicator Style on the end conveyor belt indicator that is present when the toolbar tabs have compressed layout mode of conveyor belt. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|navigationPane-tabs::droplist-indicator Style on the droplist indicator that is present when the toolbar tabs have compressed layout mode of conveyor belt or overflow droplist. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|navigationPane-tabs::disclosed-remove-icon-style If item removal is enabled, this is the style of the remove icon used on a selected tab item. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|navigationPane-tabs::undisclosed-remove-icon-style If item removal is enabled, this is the style of the remove icon used on a nonselected tab item. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|navigationPane-tabs::disclosed-remove-disabled-icon-style If item removal is enabled, this is the style of the disabled remove icon used on a disclosed tab item that is set to remove disabled. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key.
af|navigationPane-tabs::undisclosed-remove-disabled-icon-style If item removal is enabled, this is the style of the disabled remove icon used on an undisclosed tab item that is set to remove disabled. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key.
af|navigationPane-tabs::access-key Style on the access key character of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "tabs". Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias
af|navigationPane-tabs::icon-style Style on the icon of commandNavigationItem, when it is used inside a navigationPane with hint "tabs"
Icon Selectors Description
af|navigationPane-bar::separator-icon Allows setting of an alternate separator icon for navigationPane component with hint "bar".
af|navigationPane-bar::start-overflow-icon Overrides the default start overflow indicator image. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|navigationPane-bar::start-overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|navigationPane-bar::start-overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image, by setting -tr-inhibit: background-image in the start overflow-indicator key and defining the override icon in this key.
af|navigationPane-bar::end-overflow-icon Overrides the default end overflow indicator image. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|navigationPane-bar::end-overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|navigationPane-bar::end-overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image, by setting -tr-inhibit: background-image in the end overflow-indicator key and defining the override icon in this key.
af|navigationPane-buttons::separator-icon Allows setting of an alternate separator icon for navigationPane component with hint "buttons".
af|navigationPane-choice::dropdown-icon Dropdown icon. You can use af|navigationPane-choice::dropdown-icon-style instead.
af|navigationPane-list::bullet-icon Icon hook for the bullet. This can be used instead of a background-image defined on af|navigationPane-list::bullet. By default this is null.
af|navigationPane-tabs::disclosed-remove-icon If item removal is enabled, this overrides the default remove icon on a selected tab item. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|navigationPane-tabs::disclosed-remove-icon {content "X"} or af|navigationPane-tabs::disclosed-remove-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the disclosed-remove-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|navigationPane-tabs::undisclosed-remove-icon If item removal is enabled, this overrides the default remove icon on a nonselected tab item. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|navigationPane-tabs::undisclosed-remove-icon {content "X"} or af|navigationPane-tabs::undisclosed-remove-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the undisclosed-remove-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|navigationPane-tabs::remove-disabled-icon If item removal is enabled, this overrides the default disabled remove icon on an tab item that is set to remove disabled. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|navigationPane-tabs::remove-disabled-icon {content "X"} or af|navigationPane-tabs::remove-disabled-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the disclosed-remove-disabled-icon-style and undisclosed-remove-disabled-icon-style keys if you do not want a background-image.
af|navigationPane-tabs::start-overflow-icon Overrides the default start overflow indicator image. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|navigationPane-tabs::start-overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|navigationPane-tabs::start-overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image, by setting -tr-inhibit: background-image in the start overflow-indicator key and defining the override icon in this key.
af|navigationPane-tabs::end-overflow-icon Overrides the default end overflow indicator image. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|navigationPane-tabs::end-overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|navigationPane-tabs::end-overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image, by setting -tr-inhibit: background-image in the end overflow-indicator key and defining the override icon in this key.
Resource Strings Description
af_navigationPane.TIP_REMOVE_TAB Tooltip on a tab remove button.
af_navigationPane.TIP_LIST_ALL_TABS Tooltip on a conveyor belt droplist button.

af:noteWindow

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|noteWindow The root selector for the server-side noteWindow component. The noteWindow can be used without the server-side component. This selector only applies when using the JSF component. As a result of providing the dual usage, the noteWindow reuses the rest of the .AFNoteWindow global styles.

af:outputFormatted

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|outputFormatted Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component. Note: For performance sake, we usually do not render selectors on af:outputFormatted since you can use styleClass or inlineStyle attributes instead. Only under certain circumstances do we render this selector, like if the outputFormatted component's context facet contains a contextInfo component. This way we can use the selector to style "af|outputFormatted af|contextInfo"

af:outputLabel

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|outputLabel Styles the root dom element of the component.
af|outputLabel::access-key Style on the access key character for the output label. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.

af:outputText

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|outputText Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component. Note: For performance sake, we usually do not render selectors on af:outputText since you can use styleClass or inlineStyle attributes instead. Only under certain circumstances do we render this selector, like when in emailable page mode or if the outputText component is within a contextInfo component.

af:pageTemplate

This component has no visual representation. It does not generate any elements on the page and thus is not skinnable.

af:panelAccordion

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelAccordion Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component. The root style contains -tr-header-height and -tr-overflow-height skin properties to specify the heights of the header and overflow. If your top/bottom borders for the headers are bigger than 1px per header total, use the -tr-header-border-height property to set it.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the accordion is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-header-height Sets the value in pixels for the height of the header.
-tr-header-border-height Sets the value in pixels for the total height of top and bottom borders for each item header. If not set, the value defaults to 1. If top/bottom borders exceed the value for this property, only the top border will appear.
-tr-overflow-height Sets the value in pixels for the overflow height.
-tr-minimum-resizable-height This property represents the minimum height that can be applied to a detail item using mouse drag resizing.
-tr-reorder-animation-duration The minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for the reorder. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-disclosure-animation-duration The minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for the disclosure change. This duration also excludes the time taken for the server-side computation because it gets split into half for each side of the server request. In other words, if the value is 800, and the intermediate server-side communication and corresponding client-side processing of the response takes up 200 ms, then the time will be spread out as such: 1.) at least 800 ms / 2 will be spent on a pre-server set of animation frames, 2.) the intermediate processing takes place (e.g. 200 ms), then 3.) at least 800 ms / 2 will be spent on a post-server set of animation frames resulting in at least 800 ms plus the intermediate 200 ms of processing. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
af|panelAccordion::access-key Style on the access-key for the label. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|panelAccordion::drop-target Style of the drop target of the panel accordion that is shown while reordering panels with the mouse.
af|panelAccordion::ghost Style on the parent element of the header and content elements that are being dragged during item reordering using the mouse.
af|panelAccordion::header Style on the various headers included in the panelAccordion component.
Pseudo classes Description
disclosable used when the associated item is diclosable (discloseMany or dislcoseNone but not discloseOne(default))
disclosed used when the associated item is disclosed
selected used when the header is active (mouse down or one of the enter, up or down keys is down)
highlight used when the header has focus or the mouse is hovering over the header.
flow when the accordion is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
af|panelAccordion::header-subsequent Style on the subsequent headers (all except the first) included in the panelAccordion component.
Pseudo classes Description
disclosable used when the associated item is diclosable (discloseMany or dislcoseNone but not discloseOne(default))
disclosed when the associated item is disclosed
selected when the header is active (mouse down or one of the enter, up or down keys is down)
highlight when the header has focus or the mouse is hovering over the header.
flow when the accordion is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
af|panelAccordion::header-start Style on the beginning of the header. By default contains the start image (background-image CSS property) for the header, as well as the image width (width CSS property). If you are replacing the start image through the background-image property, you should set the corresponding width property as well. Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelAccordion::header-disclose Style on the part of the header that contains the disclose/undisclose button.
af|panelAccordion::undisclosed-icon-style Style on the icon that is shown when the panel is undisclosed (collapsed). The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the undisclosed-icon-style and define the icon for the undisclosed-icon key.
af|panelAccordion::disclosed-icon-style Style on the icon that is shown when the panel is disclosed (expanded). The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the disclosed-icon-style and define the icon for the disclosed-icon key.
af|panelAccordion::icon-style Style on the image that corresponds to the showDetailItem icon in the header.
af|panelAccordion::header-title Style on the title element in the header.
af|panelAccordion::header-toolbar Style on the container for the header toolbar.
af|panelAccordion::header-toolbar Style on the container for the header toolbar.
af|panelAccordion::header-end Style on the end of the header. By default contains the ending image (background-image CSS property) for the header, as well as the image width (width CSS property). If you are replacing the ending image through the background-image property, you should set the corresponding width property as well. Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelAccordion::body-content Style on the body root element for disclosed showDetailItems in the panelAccordion. For example you could change the background-color or the border.
Pseudo classes Description
selected when the header is active (mouse down or one of the enter, up or down keys is down)
highlight when the header has focus or the mouse is hovering over the header.
flow when the accordion is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
af|panelAccordion::top-overflow-indicator Style on the top overflow indicator that is present when the accordion showDetailItems are overflowed beyond the top of the panelAccordion. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|panelAccordion::bottom-overflow-indicator Style on the bottom overflow indicator that is present when the accordion showDetailItems are overflowed beyond the bottom of the panelAccordion. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|panelAccordion::resize-divider Styles the vertical resize divider for each disclosed detail item. The height, cursor and background color of the resize divider bar can be changed using this style.
Pseudo classes Description
drag used during the drag operation to animate resizing
.AFPanelAccordionHeaderBackground:alias Used by the fusion skins to skin the background image of the panelAccordion header
.AFPanelAccordionHeaderDisclosedBackground:alias Used by the fusion skins to skin the background image of the panelAccordion disclosed header
.AFPanelAccordionBodyMultipleBackgroundImage:alias Used by the fusion skins to skin multiple background-images in the af|panelAccordion::body-content pseudo-element when the browser supports multiple background images. This is unused in older browsers that do not support multiple background-images.
Icon Selectors Description
af|panelAccordion::undisclosed-icon Overrides the default undisclosed icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelAccordion::undisclosed-icon {content "X"} or af|panelAccordion::undisclosed-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the undisclosed-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|panelAccordion::disclosed-icon Overrides the default disclosed icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelAccordion::disclosed-icon {content "X"} or af|panelAccordion::disclosed-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the disclosed-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|panelAccordion::overflow-top-icon Overrides the default top overflow icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelAccordion::overflow-top-icon {content "X"} or af|panelAccordion::overflow-top-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the top-overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image.
af|panelAccordion::overflow-bottom-icon Overrides the default bottom overflow icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelAccordion::overflow-bottom-icon {content "X"} or af|panelAccordion::overflow-bottom-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the bottom-overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image.
Resource Strings Description
af_panelAccordion.TIP_DISCLOSE_BUTTON Tooltip for the disclosure icon when a panel is not being shown.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_UNDISCLOSE_BUTTON Tooltip for the disclosure icon when a panel is being shown.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_UNDISCLOSED_DISABLED_BUTTON Tooltip for the disclosure icon when a panel is being shown but the button is disabled. This is for panels that can not be hidden.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_SHOW_PREVIOUS_BUTTON Tooltip for the panel accordion overflow placed at the top of the panel accordion. This is only shown when there is not enough space to show all the individual items.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_SHOW_NEXT_BUTTON Tooltip for the panel accordion overflow placed at the bottom of the panel accordion. This is only shown when there is not enough space to show all the individual items.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_DISCLOSE_PRECISE_BUTTON Tooltip for the disclosure icon when a panel is not being shown. This is only used in screenreader mode and takes a parameter that is the label for this panel.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_UNDISCLOSE_PRECISE_BUTTON Tooltip for the disclosure icon when a panel is being shown. This is only used in screenreader mode and takes a parameter that is the label for this panel.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_UNDISCLOSE_DISABLED_PRECISE_BUTTON Tooltip for the disclosure icon when a panel is being shown and the user is not able to hide it. This is only used in screenreader mode and takes a parameter that is the label for this panel.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_PANEL_DISCLOSED Tooltip for panel that is displayed. This is only used in screenreader mode and takes a parameter that is the label for this panel.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_PANEL_UNDISCLOSED Tooltip for panel that is hidden. This is only used in screenreader mode and takes a parameter that is the label for this panel.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_PANEL_MOVE_UP Tooltip and text for the link rendered in screenreader mode when reordering is enabled to move the current item up in the order of displayed items.
af_panelAccordion.TIP_PANEL_MOVE_DOWN Tooltip and text for the link rendered in screenreader mode when reordering is enabled to move the current item down in the order of displayed items.

af:panelBorderLayout

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelBorderLayout Style on the root element of the af:panelBorderLayout component.

af:panelBox

The panelBox component has attributes "ramp" and "background". With these attributes, the panelBox provides 8 different color schemes. For example, when panelBox's ramp="core" and background="dark", the panelBox's background-color might be a dark blue. When the panelBox's ramp="highlight" and background="default", the panelBox's background-color might be white. The following selectors are all augmented by the two pseudo-classes. The first pseudo-class is the ramp which can have values of ":core" or ":highlight". The second pseudo-class is the background which can have the values of ":default", ":light", ":medium" or ":dark". For example, if you want to change the background color on the header start cell when the panelBox's ramp attribute is "core" and background attribute is "default" do the following: "af|panelBox::header-start:core:default {background-color:pink; border: none;}". NOTE: You can use the aliases to make change the header and content. These .AFPanelBox aliases are also included in the region selectors. For example, .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreMedium:alias is included in the selectors af|panelBox::header-start:core:medium, af|panelBox::header-center:core:medium, af|panelBox::header-end:core:medium. So if you want to change the background color of the core medium panelBox'sheader, you can use the .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreMedium:alias instead of three selectors.
Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelBox The selector on the root dom element of this component. The root style contains default setting of the width of the panel Box to 100%.
Skin properties Description
-tr-animation-duration Specifies the minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for expand/collapse of the panelBox content region. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-header-height Used when the panelBox is being stretched by its parent container to indicate the CSS length for the header bar of the panelBox so that the content can be stretched to fill the remaining space, e.g., "25px". This skin property is honored only if the panelBox is being stretched (like when a child of a panelDashboard).
-tr-never-header-height Used when the panelBox has its header bar turned off, e.g. via showHeader="never". If set to "0px" then no header will be shown. If set to some other value, an empty header will be shown using this height for the cases when the header bar is turned off.
-tr-footer-height Used when the panelBox is being stretched by its parent container to indicate the CSS length for the footer bar of the panelBox so that the content can be stretched to fill the remaining space. This skin property is honored only if the panelBox is being stretched (like when a child of a panelDashboard). Note the footer can be completely omitted if you set this property to "0px".
-tr-center-start-width Used when the panelBox is being stretched by its parent container to indicate the CSS length for the indenting of the content container from the start (e.g. left) side of the panelBox so that the contentStyle that an application developer might assign does not interfere with the built-in indentation of the content. This skin property is honored only if the panelBox is being stretched (like when a child of a panelDashboard).
-tr-center-end-width Used when the panelBox is being stretched by its parent container to indicate the CSS length for the indenting of the content container from the end (e.g. right) side of the panelBox so that the contentStyle that an application developer might assign does not interfere with the built-in indentation of the content. This skin property is honored only if the panelBox is being stretched (like when a child of a panelDashboard).
af|panelBox::header-start Style the start side of the header of the panel box. Used to render rounded corners for the panelBox. This includes the .AFPanelBoxHeader* alias, for example af|panelBox::header-start:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core styles when the ramp attribute is core. For example, the ramp is set to "core" and background set to "default" the style used for this is "af|panelBox::header-start:core:default".
highlight styles when the ramp attribute is highlight
default styles when the background attribute is default
light styles when the background attribute is light
medium styles when the background attribute is medium
dark styles when the background attribute is dark
Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelBox::header-center Style the center side of the header of the panel box. Used to render rounded corners for the panelBox. This includes the .AFPanelBoxHeader* alias, for example af|panelBox::header-center:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core styles when the ramp attribute is core.
highlight styles when the ramp attribute is highlight
default styles when the background attribute is default
light styles when the background attribute is light
medium styles when the background attribute is medium
dark styles when the background attribute is dark
Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelBox::header-text Style the container of the header element.
af|panelBox::header-element Style the header element that contains the header text.
af|panelBox::header-end Style the end side of the header of the panel box. Used to render rounded corners for the panelBox. This includes the .AFPanelBoxHeader* alias, for example af|panelBox::header-end:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core styles when the ramp attribute is core.
highlight styles when the ramp attribute is highlight
default styles when the background attribute is default
light styles when the background attribute is light
medium styles when the background attribute is medium
dark styles when the background attribute is dark
Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelBox::center Style the center area of the panel box that wraps the content area of the panel box. The "center" wrapper provides potentially different padding than the content area so that people can set padding to zero in the contentStyle attribute and not mess anything up with the built-in minimum padding (e.g. for shadows that might be present in a background image behind the content).
Pseudo classes Description
core styles when the ramp attribute is core.
highlight styles when the ramp attribute is highlight
default styles when the background attribute is default
light styles when the background attribute is light
medium styles when the background attribute is medium
dark styles when the background attribute is dark
af|panelBox::content Style the content area of the panel box. This includes the .AFPanelBoxContent* alias, for example af|panelBox::content:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxContentCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core styles when the ramp attribute is core.
highlight styles when the ramp attribute is highlight
default styles when the background attribute is default
light styles when the background attribute is light
medium styles when the background attribute is medium
dark styles when the background attribute is dark
af|panelBox::footer-start Style the start side of the footer of the panel box (used only if -tr-footer-height is not 0px). Used to render rounded corners for the panelBox. This includes the .AFPanelBoxFooter* alias, for example af|panelBox::footer-start:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxFooterCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core styles when the ramp attribute is core. For example, the ramp is set to "core" and background set to "default" the style used for this is "af|panelBox::footer-start:core:default".
highlight styles when the ramp attribute is highlight
default styles when the background attribute is default
light styles when the background attribute is light
medium styles when the background attribute is medium
dark styles when the background attribute is dark
Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelBox::footer-center Style the center side of the footer of the panel box (used only if -tr-footer-height is not 0px). Used to render rounded corners for the panelBox. This includes the .AFPanelBoxFooter* alias, for example af|panelBox::footer-center:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxFooterCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core styles when the ramp attribute is core.
highlight styles when the ramp attribute is highlight
default styles when the background attribute is default
light styles when the background attribute is light
medium styles when the background attribute is medium
dark styles when the background attribute is dark
Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelBox::footer-end Style the end side of the footer of the panel box (used only if -tr-footer-height is not 0px). Used to render rounded corners for the panelBox. This includes the .AFPanelBoxFooter* alias, for example af|panelBox::footer-end:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxFooterCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core styles when the ramp attribute is core.
highlight styles when the ramp attribute is highlight
default styles when the background attribute is default
light styles when the background attribute is light
medium styles when the background attribute is medium
dark styles when the background attribute is dark
Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelBox::icon-style Style to support an icon to the left of the header title
af|panelBox::disclosure-link Selector for the anchor element that contains the disclosure icon.
af|panelBox::undisclosed-icon-style Style on the icon that is shown when the panel is undisclosed (collapsed). The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the undisclosed-icon-style and define the icon for the undisclosed-icon key.
af|panelBox::disclosed-icon-style Style on the icon that is shown when the panel is disclosed (expanded). The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the disclosed-icon-style and define the icon for the disclosed-icon key.
af|panelBox::instruction-text Styles the text that might come from the helpTopicId.
af|panelBox::dynamic-help-icon-style Styles the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
Icon Selectors Description
af|panelBox::disclosed-icon The icon is displayed when the af:panelBox component is rendered in its disclosed state.
af|panelBox::undisclosed-icon The icon is displayed when the af:panelBox component is rendered in its undisclosed state.
af|panelBox::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|panelBox::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|panelBox::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.

af:panelCollection

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelCollection The selector on the root dom element of this component.
Skin properties Description
-tr-toolbar-height styles height of toolbar when present, e.g., "5px".
-tr-statusbar-height styles height of statusbar when present, e.g., "5px".
Icon Selectors Description
af|panelCollection::qbe-icon Toolbar Icon for hiding/showing filter row in the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::qbe-hover-icon Toolbar hover Icon for hiding/showing filter row in the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::qbe-depressed-icon Toolbar depressed Icon for hiding/showing filter row in the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::freeze-icon Toolbar Icon for freezing a column in the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::freeze-disabled-icon Toolbar Icon for freezing a column in the table, when the item is disabled. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::freeze-hover-icon Toolbar hover Icon for freezing a column in the table, when the item is disabled. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::freeze-depressed-icon Toolbar hover Icon for freezing a column in the table, when the item is disabled. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::maximize-icon Toolbar Icon for maximizing the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::maximize-hover-icon Toolbar hover Icon for maximizing the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::maximize-depressed-icon Toolbar depressed Icon for maximizing the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::maximize-disabled-icon Toolbar disabled Icon for maximizing the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::wrap-icon Toolbar Icon for wrapping a column in the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::wrap-hover-icon Toolbar hover Icon for wrapping a column in the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::wrap-depressed-icon Toolbar hover Icon for wrapping a column in the table. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::wrap-disabled-icon Toolbar Icon for wrapping a column in the table, when the item is disabled. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::go-up-icon Toolbar Icon for moving up a node in display as root for tree/treeTable. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::go-up-disabled-icon Toolbar Icon for moving up a node in display as root for tree/treeTable, when the item is disabled. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::go-up-hover-icon Toolbar hover Icon for moving up a node in display as root for tree/treeTable, (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::go-up-depressed-icon Toolbar hover Icon for moving up a node in display as root for tree/treeTable, (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::go-to-top-icon Toolbar Icon for showing the root node of the model as root for tree/treeTable. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::go-to-top-disabled-icon Toolbar Icon for showing the root node of the model as root for tree/treeTable, when the item is disabled. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::go-to-top-hover-icon Toolbar hover Icon for showing the root node of the model as root for tree/treeTable, (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::go-to-top-depressed-icon Toolbar depressed Icon for showing the root node of the model as root for tree/treeTable, (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::show-as-top-icon Toolbar Icon for showing the currently selected node as root for tree/treeTable. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::show-as-top-hover-icon Toolbar hover Icon for showing the currently selected node as root for tree/treeTable. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::show-as-top-depressed-icon Toolbar depressed Icon for showing the currently selected node as root for tree/treeTable. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::show-as-top-disabled-icon Toolbar Icon for showing the currently selected node as root for tree/treeTable, when the item is disabled. (Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
af|panelCollection::show-as-top-hover-icon Toolbar hover Icon for showing the currently selected node as root for tree/treeTable(Icon content cannot use an image path with 2 leading slashes.)
Resource Strings Description
af_panelCollection.LABEL_ADVANCED_SORT_DLG The title for the advanced sort dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_SORT_BY The label for the primary sort drop down that is shown in the advanced sort dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_THEN_BY The label for the secondary and tertiary sort drop down that is shown in the advanced sort dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_ASCENDING The label for the radio buttons for the ascending direction of sort.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_DESCENDING The label for the radio buttons for the descending direction of sort.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_SHOW_COLUMNS_DLG The title for the show more columns dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_HIDDEN_COLUMNS Label of left hand side of the shuttle component in the show more columns dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_VISIBLE_COLUMNS Label of right hand side of the shuttle component in the show more columns dialog.
af_panelCollection.MSG_VISIBLE_COLUMN_REQUIRED Message that displays when user marks all columns as hidden.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_REORDER_COLUMNS_DLG The title for the reorder columns dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_RESIZE_COLUMN_DLG The title for the resize column dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_COLUMN Label for the column to be resized in the resize column dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_COLUMN_MULTIPLE Value of the output text to identify that multiple columns have been selected for resize in the resize column dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_WIDTH Label for the input text field that the user enters a numeric value into in the resize column dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_PERCENT Select one choice item that represents the percentage based resize value in he resize column dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_PIXEL Select one choice item that represents the pixel based resize value in he resize column dialog.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_DETACH_TABLE_DLG Label for the detach toolbar item as well as menu item. As a menu item it is the third item under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_DETACH_TREE_TABLE_DLG Label for the detach toolbar item as well as menu item for the tree and tree table.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENU_FORMAT Label for the "Format" menu item. This is a root element in the menu bar.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENU_VIEW Label for the "View" menu item. This is a root element in the menu bar.
af_panelCollection.TIP_MENU_VIEW Tip for the "View" menu item. This is a root element in the menu bar.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENU_COLUMNS Label for the "Columns" menu item. This is the first menu item under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENU_SORT Label for the "Sort" menu item. This is the fourth menu item under the "View" menu. This is a sub menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_COLUMNS_SHOWALL Label for the "Show All Columns" menu item. This is the first menu item under "Columns" menu under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUIEM_COLUMNS_SHOWMORECOLUMNS Label for the "Show More Columns" menu item. This is the last menu item under "Columns" menu under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_FREEZE Label for the "Freeze" menu item. This is the second menu item under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_UNFREEZE Label for the "Unfreeze" menu item. This is the second menu item under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_DETACH Label for the "Detach" menu item. This is the third menu item under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_REDUCE Label for the "Reduce" menu item. This is the third menu item under the "View" menu. This is only when the tale has been detached.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_REORDER Label for the "Reorder Columns" menu item. This is the forth menu item under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_RESIZECOLUMNS Label for the "Resize Column(s)" menu item. This is the first menu item under the "Format" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_QBE Label for the "Query By Example" menu item. This is the fifth menu item under the "View" menu. This is only available for tables that have filtering turned on.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_SORT_ASCENDING Label for the "Sort Ascending" menu item. This is the first menu item under "Sort" menu under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_SORT_DESCENDING Label for the "Sort Descending" menu item. This is the second menu item under "Sort" menu under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_SORT_ADVANCED Label for the "Advanced Sort" menu item. This is the third menu item under "Sort" menu under the "View" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_WRAP Label for the "Wrap Column" menu item. This is the second menu item under the "Format" menu.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_EXPAND Label for the "Expand" menu item. This is the first menu item under the "View" menu for Tree and Tree Table. This is only enabled when the user has selected a node in the Tree or Tree Table that is collapsed. This is also the first menu item in the context menu for the Tree when the node selected is collapsed.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_COLLAPSE Label for the "Collapse" menu item. This is the first menu item under the "View" menu for Tree and Tree Table. This is only enabled when the user has selected a node in the Tree or Tree Table that is expanded. This is also the first menu item in the context menu for the Tree when the node selected is expanded.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_EXPAND_ALL_BELOW Label for the "Expand All Below" menu item. This is the second menu item under the "View" menu for Tree and Tree Table. This is only enabled when the user has selected a node in the Tree or Tree Table that is collapsed. This is also the second menu item in the context menu for the Tree when the node selected is collapsed.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_COLLAPSE_ALL_BELOW Label for the "Collapse All Below" menu item. This is the second menu item under the "View" menu for Tree and Tree Table. This is only enabled when the user has selected a node in the Tree or Tree Table that is expanded. This is also the second menu item in the context menu for the Tree when the node selected is expanded.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_EXPAND_ALL Label for the "Expand All" menu item. This is the third menu item under the "View" menu for Tree and Tree Table. This is always enabled.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_COLLAPSE_ALL Label for the "Collapse All" menu item. This is the third menu item under the "View" menu for Tree and Tree Table. This is always enabled.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_GO_UP Tooltip for the command button "Go Up". This is located on the tool bar of the panel collection.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_SHOW_AS_TOP Label for the "Show As Top" menu item. This is the sixth menu item under the "View" menu for Tree and Tree Table. This is always enabled. This is also the tooltip for the command button "Show As Top".
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_GO_TO_TOP Label for the "Go To Top" menu item. This is the seventh menu item under the "View" menu for Tree and Tree Table. This is always enabled. This is also the tooltip for the command button "Go To Top".
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_SCROLL_TO_FIRST Label for the "Scroll To First" menu item. This is the seventh menu item under the "View" menu for Tree and Tree Table. This is always enabled.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_MENUITEM_SCROLL_TO_LAST Label for the "Scroll To Last" menu item. This is the seventh menu item under the "View" menu for Tree and Tree Table. This is always enabled.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_STATUSBARITEM_ROWS_SELECTED Label for the number of rows selected status shown at the bottom of the table or tree table.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_STATUSBARITEM_SELECTED_ALL Value for the number of rows selected status shown at the bottom of the table or tree table. This is shown when all rows have been selected.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_STATUSBARITEM_COLUMNS_HIDDEN label for the number of rows hidden status shown at the bottom of the table or tree table.
af_panelCollection.LABEL_STATUSBARITEM_COLUMNS_FROZEN Label for the frozen column status shown at the bottom of the table or tree table.
af_panelCollection.TIP_BUTTON_DETACH Tooltip for the "Detach" button.
af_panelCollection.TIP_BUTTON_FREEZE Tooltip for the "Freeze" button.
af_panelCollection.TIP_BUTTON_WRAP Tooltip for the "Wrap" button.

af:panelDashboard

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelDashboard The selector on the root dom element of this component. The root style contains default setting of the width and height in case this component is not placed inside of a parent that will stretch it otherwise the stretched dimensions will take precedence.
Skin properties Description
-tr-insert-delete-animation-duration Specifies the minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for optimized insert and delete changes. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-reorder-animation-duration specifies the minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for the repositioning of panelBox children that have componentDragSource tags inside of them and the user is dragging these components around within the panelDashboard. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
af|panelDashboard::drop-target Specifies the style information for the element used to identify the currently chosen location within the panelDashboard that a dragged panelBox child will move to if the user drops the panelBox at this location. Typically, a background-color style is what you will want to customize here.

af:panelDrawer

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelDrawer Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
start Present if position is start
end Present if position is end
left Present if position is left
right Present if position is right
iconified Present if the icon is the primary way to identify each tab.
open Present when the drawer is opened
float Present if drawer is supposed to look like it's floating over other content.
max Present if height is 100% and the drawer should stretch to match the container height. This can be used to skin the bottom border of the drawer differently depending on if the height is 100%.
Skin properties Description
-tr-auto-dismiss Determines whether the drawer auto-dismisses, meaning does it close if you click anywhere outside the drawer. When set to false you must click the drawer handle to close the drawer.
-tr-open-animation-duration Determines the millisecond duration of the animation when the drawer is opened.
-tr-close-animation-duration Determines the millisecond duration of the animation when the drawer is closed.
af|panelDrawer::body Style on the body of the panelDrawer component.
af|panelDrawer::tabs Style around the tabs.
af|panelDrawer::tab Style on each tab in the panelDrawer component.
Pseudo classes Description
selected Styles content for the currently selected tab
disabled Styles content for a disabled tab
af|panelDrawer::tab-content Style on the tab content.
af|panelDrawer::icon-style Style on the icon in the tab.

af:panelFormLayout

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelFormLayout The selector on the root dom element of this component.
af|panelFormLayout::column Specifies the style information for columns of the panelFormLayout, like vertical-align:top and text-align.
af|panelFormLayout::separator Specifies the style information for separators between groups in the panelFormLayout when a group title is not specified.
af|panelFormLayout::group-title-text Specifies the style information for the text in a titled group separator in the panelFormLayout.
af|panelFormLayout::group-title-separator Specifies the style information for the separator that follows the title text for a titled group separator in the panelFormLayout.
af|panelFormLayout::label-cell Specifies the style information for the label cell of the panelFormLayout when side-by-side with content. This includes .AFLabel:alias.
af|panelFormLayout::label-stacked-cell Specifies the style information for the label cell of the panelFormLayout when stacked above content. This includes af|panelForm::label-cell.
.AFPanelFormLayoutContentCell Specifies the style information for the content cells of form item components when they are placed inside of a panelFormLayout (as opposed to being rendered stand-alone on the page or inside of some other kind of layout component). The panelLabelAndMessage component is an example of one component whose padding needs to be adjusted when placed in a panelFormLayout vs. being stand-alone on the page so it can be specifically changed by making a skin definition like this: af|panelLabelAndMessage::content-cell.AFPanelFormLayoutContentCell { ... }

af:panelGridLayout

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelGridLayout Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.

af:panelGroupLayout

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelGroupLayout Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.

af:panelHeader

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelHeader Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Skin properties Description
-tr-header-height Used when the panelHeader is being stretched by its parent container to indicate the CSS length for the header bar of the panelHeader so that the content can be stretched to fill the remaining space. This skin property is honored only if the panelHeader is being stretched (like when a child of a panelSplitter).
af|panelHeader::title-table The style for the table containing the header. Generally this will not be modified, but this allows for more flexible skinning of the title in general so that under certain curcumstances, it can be styled to match the content container.
af|panelHeader::title-start$ The style for the starting cell of the header. Generally this is the decoration on the left side of the screen and can be used to create rounded edges. The value for "$" is a number between 1 and 5 signifying the five header types. Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelHeader::title$ The style for the title of the header, not including the start and end cells. This is the section that immediately follows the "af|panelHeader::title-startx" key. The value for $ is a number between 1 and 5 signifying the five header types.
af|panelHeader::title-end$ The style for the ending cell of the header. Generally this is the decoration on the right side of the screen and can be used to create rounded edges. The value for "$" is a number between 1 and 5 signifying the five header types. Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelHeader::icon-style Applied to the element containing the specified icon if messageType is set to null. Otherwise the icon associated with the message type is displayed in the container. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|panelHeader::title-text$ Styles the "header" element inside the title of the element specified by the af|panelHeader::title$ key. This element surrounds the header text. The value for "$" is a number between 1 and 5 signifying the five header types. Available pseudo-classes are :error, :warning, :info:, :confirmation and are set according to the message type. If no message type is specified or message type is set to none then none of these pseudo-classes will be present
Pseudo classes Description
error
warning
info
confirmation
af|panelHeader::context-container The style for the element containing the contents of the context facet. This will be placed directly after the header text.
af|panelHeader::instruction-text Styles the text that might come from the helpTopicId.
af|panelHeader::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|panelHeader::toolbar This is a potential sub section of the "af|panelHeader::titlex". It applies to end-aligned toolbars in the title section. This section is only present if there is either a toolbar or menuBar facet (or both) included in the panelHeader.
af|panelHeader::help-link-container If there is "dynamic help" for this header, and there is not a help topic with dynamic content, then this style pertains to the element containing the dynamic help link. This will be place directly after the context facet.
af|panelHeader::info Applied to the element containing the contents of the "info" facet. When help is available, this element may also contain the contents of the legend.
af|panelHeader::content$ The style for the content region of the header. This is the area where the components children will be rendered. It is located directly below the af|panelHeader::titlex key. The value for $ is a number between 1 and 5 signifying the five header types.
Icon Selectors Description
af|panelHeader::confirmation-icon Icon used when the messageType is set to "confirmation".
af|panelHeader::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|panelHeader::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|panelHeader::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
af|panelHeader::error-icon Icon used when the messageType is set to "error".
af|panelHeader::information-icon Icon used when the messageType is set to "information".
af|panelHeader::warning-icon Icon used when the messageType is set to "warning".
Resource Strings Description
af_panelHeader.TIP_DYNAMIC_HELP Tooltip for the dynamic help icon. This is only shown if there is no helpTopicID attribute set on the panel header.
af_panelHeader.LABEL_HELP_DIALOG_TITLE Title for the dynamic help dialog. This is only shown when there is no helpTopicID attribute set on the panel header. The dialog is shown when the dynamic help is selected. This dialog shows JSF messages.

af:panelLabelAndMessage

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelLabelAndMessage Style on the root element of the af:panelLabelAndMessage component.
Skin properties Description
-tr-output-content-padding Specifies the padding to be used between the label and the output content when in a panelFormLayout. This will only affect output component children.
af|panelLabelAndMessage::access-key Specifies the style information for the access key, which appears in the label of the panelLabelAndMessage.
af|panelLabelAndMessage::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|panelLabelAndMessage::label Specifies the style information for the label of the panelLabelAndMessage.
af|panelLabelAndMessage::content-cell Specifies the style information for the main content cell, which contains child components and the end facet.
af|panelLabelAndMessage::end-facet Specifies the style information for the end facet of the panelLabelAndMessage.
Icon Selectors Description
af|panelLabelAndMessage::changed-icon The icon that will render when the changed attribute is true. Includes .AFChangedIcon:alias.
af|panelLabelAndMessage::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|panelLabelAndMessage::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|panelLabelAndMessage::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.

af:panelList

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelList Styles the root dom element of the panelList. Note: if you would like to style the bullets, you can set a CSS property/value to the listStyle attribute. For example, listStyle="list-style-type: decimal" changes the list style to decimals. See the w3.org's CSS spec for more options.
af|panelList::link Style applied on the links present inside the panelList component.

af:panelSplitter

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelSplitter Selector that renders on the root dom element of the panelSplitter component. Skinning the padding and border styles is not supported; doing this may cause the user interface elements to layout incorrectly.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the splitter is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-first-border The root style contains a skinning property "-tr-first-border" that is used to specify whether the pane surrounding the "first" facet contents has a border. The value can be "all" if you want splitters to have visible borders in your skin by default or "none" to have no borders by default. In a case-by-case basis, your splitter components can override this skin-based setting by specifying a value in the "firstBorder" component attribute. It is important to note that this attribute (just like inlineStyle) can easily be abused. More times than not, you should not use this attribute because by using it, you are likely optimizing your page design for a specific skin. You should only force the borders on or off for cases where the contents of the pane would either provide enough or not enough delineation among the 2 panes of your splitter. For example, forcing borders off on a splitter that surrounds your entire page or forcing borders on for a pane that needs emphasis. You may want to test your application in a variety of skins to see if your use of these kinds of styling attributes will prevent others from being able to display your application with custom skins.
-tr-second-border The root style contains a skinning property "-tr-second-border" that is used to specify whether the pane surrounding the "second" facet contents has a border. The value can be "all" if you want splitters to have visible borders in your skin by default or "none" to have no borders by default. In a case-by-case basis, your splitter components can override this skin-based setting by specifying a value in the "secondBorder" component attribute. It is important to note that this attribute (just like inlineStyle) can easily be abused. More times than not, you should not use this attribute because by using it, you are likely optimizing your page design for a specific skin. You should only force the borders on or off for cases where the contents of the pane would either provide enough or not enough delineation among the 2 panes of your splitter. For example, forcing borders off on a splitter that surrounds your entire page or forcing borders on for a pane that needs emphasis. You may want to test your application in a variety of skins to see if your use of these kinds of styling attributes will prevent others from being able to display your application with custom skins.
-tr-divider-size The number of pixels for the space between the two splitter panes where the divider and collapse/restore button lives.
-tr-collapse-animation-duration The minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for the collapsing or expanding of the panel splitter. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
af|panelSplitter::pane Styles the dom elements of both panes. Skinning the padding and border styles is not supported; doing this may cause the user interface elements to layout incorrectly.
af|panelSplitter::horizontal-divider Styles the dom element of the divider in the horizontal panelSplitter. Skinning the padding, border and width styles is not supported. Skinning the padding and border styles may cause the user interface elements to layout incorrectly. Skinning the width style will have no effect.
Pseudo classes Description
disclosed
flow when the panelSplitter is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
positioned-from-end
af|panelSplitter::horizontal-icon-style Styles the dom element of the anchor that holds the collapse/restore icon. This is only for horizontal panelSplitters. You can specify gradient images for the icon for default and hover state. If the height is specified, it needs to match the height of the icon. Skinning the width style is not supported; doing this will have no effect.
af|panelSplitter::horizontal-icon-container Styles the container for the collapse/restore button in horizontal (side-by-side) splitters. Generally defines a vertical-align and padding-top or padding-bottom.
af|panelSplitter::horizontal-highlighter Styles the dom element of the highlighter that shows up inside the divider when hovered. This is only for horizontal panelSplitters.
Pseudo classes Description
flow
af|panelSplitter::vertical-divider Styles the dom element of the divider in the vertical panelSplitter. Skinning the padding, border and height styles is not supported. Skinning the padding and border styles may cause the user interface elements to layout incorrectly. Skinning the height style will have no effect.
Pseudo classes Description
disclosed
flow when the panelSplitter is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode
positioned-from-end
af|panelSplitter::vertical-icon-style Styles the dom element of the anchor that holds the collapse/restore icon. This is only for vertical panelSplitters. You can specify gradient images for the icon for default and hover state. If the width is specified, it needs to match the width of the icon. Skinning the height style is not supported; doing this will have no effect.
af|panelSplitter::vertical-icon-container Styles the container for the collapse/restore button in vertical (one above the other) splitters. Generally defines a text-align and padding-left or padding-right.
af|panelSplitter::vertical-highlighter Styles the dom element of the highlighter that shows up inside the divider when hovered. This is only for vertical panelSplitters
Icon Selectors Description
af|panelSplitter::horizontal-collapse-icon The collapse icon in the horizontal divider. The width of the icon needs to match the width of the horizontal divider.
af|panelSplitter::horizontal-restore-icon The restore icon in the horizontal divider. The width of the icon needs to match the width of the horizontal divider.
af|panelSplitter::vertical-collapse-icon The collapse icon in the vertical divider. The height of the icon needs to match the height of the vertical divider.
af|panelSplitter::vertical-restore-icon The restore icon in the vertical divider. The height of the icon needs to match the height of the vertical divider.
Resource Strings Description
af_panelSplitter.TIP_COLLAPSE Tooltip for the panel splitter to collapse the splitter. This is only displayed when the splitter is not collapsed.
af_panelSplitter.TIP_RESTORE Tooltip for the panel splitter to restore the splitter to last open position. This is only displayed when the splitter is collapsed.
af_panelSplitter.TIP_COLLAPSE_LABELED_PANE Labeled tooltip (using the collapsible pane's landmark value) for the panel splitter to collapse the splitter. This is only displayed when the splitter is not collapsed.
af_panelSplitter.TIP_RESTORE_LABELED_PANE Labeled tooltip (using the collapsible pane's landmark value) for the panel splitter to restore the panel splitter to last open position. This is only displayed when the splitter is collapsed.

af:panelSpringboard

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelSpringboard Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
strip if component is in strip mode
grid if component is in grid mode
flow if component is in flow mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-hide-selected-pointer Determines whether the selected pointer or arrow will be hidden or displayed .The default value of skin property is false.
af|panelSpringboard::body Style on the body of the panelSpringboard component.
Pseudo classes Description
busy Style on the body when it is busy loading the new content.
af|panelSpringboard::items Style around the items of the panelSpringboard.
af|panelSpringboard::item Style on each item in the panelSpringboard component.
Pseudo classes Description
selected Styles content for the currently selected item
af|panelSpringboard::canvas Style on canvas in the panelSpringboard component.
af|panelSpringboard::badge Style on the badge element in the panelSpringboard.
af|panelSpringboard::item-icon-style Style on the image in the panelSpringboard.
af|panelSpringboard::item-text Style on the text of the item in the panelSpringboard.
af|panelSpringboard::selected-pointer Style on the div that points to selected arrow in the panelSpringboard. we can also skin the background-image of the selected-pointer to show an arrow.
af|panelSpringboard::conveyor Style on the conveyor area of panelSpringboard.
af|panelSpringboard::conveyor-belt-container Style on the conveyor belt panelSpringboard.
af|panelSpringboard::conveyor-belt-content Style on the conveyor belt content area panelSpringboard.
af|panelSpringboard::start-conveyor-belt-indicator Style on the start of conveyor belt indicator panelSpringboard.
af|panelSpringboard::end-conveyor-belt-indicator Style on the end of conveyor belt indicator panelSpringboard.
af|panelSpringboard::start-conveyor-belt-indicator-container Style on the start of conveyor belt container panelSpringboard.
af|panelSpringboard::end-conveyor-belt-indicator-container Style on the end of conveyor belt container panelSpringboard.

af:panelStretchLayout

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelStretchLayout Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the panelStretchLayout is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=children mode

af:panelTabbed

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelTabbed Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
top-tabs Present if top tabs are visible, or both top and bottom
bottom-tabs Present if bottom or both top and bottom tabs are visible
start-tabs Present if start tabs are visible vs top/bottom tabs
left-tabs Present if left tabs are visible vs top/bottom tabs
end-tabs Present if end tabs are visible vs top/bottom tabs
right-tabs Present if right tabs are visible vs top/bottom tabs
iconified Present if the icon is the primary way to identify each tab.
Skin properties Description
-tr-layout-type Determines how the panelTabbed handles tab items when there is not enough horizontal space. Specify 'conveyor' if you want buttons that provide a conveyor belt implementation. Specify 'overflow' if you want overflow popups.
-tr-tab-bar-height Sets the value (with units, e.g., "2em" or "21px") for the height of the tab bar that displays tabs as well as the height of the tab contents. This property can also be retrieved if you need to know the height of the tabs in the skin. You can tweak the line-height of the ::tab-start, ::tab-conent, ::tab-end if you want to adjust where the text appears vertically within this bar. Note that you should not assign a font-size on these elements because if your height is in font-relative units, e.g. "em", it may not resolve the a consistent number of pixels unless all elements that get this height value use the same font-size. The panelTabbed component may have up to two tab bars one at the top of the component when the panelTabbed's position is set to above, or one at the bottom when the panelTabbed's position is set to below, and one at both the top and the bottom when the panelTabbed's position is set to both. When the panelTabbed's position is set to above, there will only be one tab bar, the top will then use the value from -tr-tab-bar-height while the space where the bottom tab bar would otherwise exist will end up using the value from -tr-empty-bar-height instead.
-tr-empty-bar-height Sets the value in pixels for the height of tab bars that do not display any tabs. This occurs at the bottom tab bar when the panelTabbed's position is set to above and at the top tab bar when the panelTabbed's position is set to below. So if the panelTabbed's position is set to above, the top bar height is set to the -tr-tab-bar-height value while the bottom bar height is set to the -tr-empty-bar-height value.
-tr-tab-bar-layout Sets whether the tab bars extend into the "start" and "end" areas. If the body area of the tabs have rounded corners, you might want the tabs to only show up in the non-corner areas of the bar. For this, you would specify "center" (the default) as the value for this property. However, if you want the tabs to show up on top of these corner pieces because you wish the tabs to appear flush with the outer edge of the body area, you would specify "full" as the value for this property.
af|panelTabbed::access-key Style on the access-key for the label. Includes .AFFormAccessKeyStyle:alias.
af|panelTabbed::header-start Selector for the top left (top right for RTL). The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width. The height is taken from the height of the header.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the panelTabbed is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=disclosedChild mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width.
Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelTabbed::header Style on the header of the panelTabbed component. This is the container for the "above" tabs. When tabs are in the header, the height of this header will come from the height specified in the "-tr-tab-bar-height" property. Otherwise, the height from the property "-tr-height" defined in this selector is used (for a header-specific empty bar height) or if not defined, a generic height from the "-tr-empty-bar-height" property is used.
Skin properties Description
-tr-height Specifies the height, e.g, "4px". In a skin that uses css borders instead of image borders (Skyros), this property has no effect.
af|panelTabbed::header-center Selector for the area between the footer-start and footer-end areas. Typically, this defines a background image between the start and end corner images, particularly useful if -tr-tab-bar-layout is set to "full". The height is taken from the height of the header. Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelTabbed::header-end Selector for the top right (top left for RTL). The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width. The height is taken from the height of the header.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the panelTabbed is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=disclosedChild mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width.
Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelTabbed::body-start Selector for the left side (right side for RTL). The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width. The height is taken from the height of the body.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the panelTabbed is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=disclosedChild mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width.
af|panelTabbed::body Style on the body of the panelTabbed component. This is the area between the header and footer bars.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the panelTabbed is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=disclosedChild mode
af|panelTabbed::body-end Selector for the right side (left side for RTL). The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width. The height is taken from the height of the body.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the panelTabbed is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=disclosedChild mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width.
af|panelTabbed::footer-start Selector for the bottom left (bottom right for RTL). The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width. The height is taken from the height of the footer.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the panelTabbed is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=disclosedChild mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width.
Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelTabbed::footer Style on the footer of the panelTabbed component. This is the container for the "below" tabs. When tabs are in the footer, the height of this footer will come from the height specified in the "-tr-tab-bar-height" property noted below. Otherwise, the height from the property "-tr-height" defined in this selector is used (for a footer-specific empty bar height) or if not defined, a generic height from the "-tr-empty-bar-height" property noted below is used.
Skin properties Description
-tr-height
af|panelTabbed::footer-center Selector for the area between the footer-start and footer-end areas. Typically, this defines a background image between the start and end corner images, particularly useful if -tr-tab-bar-layout is set to "full". The height is taken from the height of the footer. Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelTabbed::footer-end Selector for the bottom right (bottom left for RTL). The property "-tr-width" is supported to specify the width. The height is taken from the height of the footer.
Pseudo classes Description
flow when the panelTabbed is being displayed in a dimensionsFrom=disclosedChild mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-width Specifies the width.
Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelTabbed::tab Style on the tabs in the panelTabbed component. This applies to tabs in both the header and the footer.
Pseudo classes Description
selected Styles content for the currently selected tab
disabled Styles content for disabled tabs
highlighted Styles content for the currently keyboard focused tab.
af|panelTabbed::tab-start Style on the start of the tabs used with the panelTabbed component. This applies to tabs in both the header and the footer. To provide an alternate skinning of the tabs, you will want to specify alternate background images to the ::tab-start, ::tab-end, and ::tab-content. You will also probably want to specify separate changes for the ::header and the ::footer, and you may want to specify alternate styling for :disabled and :selected states as well. Styling with a border is not supported (doing this will result in browser compatibility issues based on em sizing). Here is an example of a full reskinning of the tabs: af|panelTabbed::header af|panelTabbed::tab-start {width: 10px; background-image:url('/images/tab_top_left_black.png');} af|panelTabbed::header af|panelTabbed::tab-end {width: 10px; background-image:url('/images/tab_top_right_black.png');} af|panelTabbed::header af|panelTabbed::tab-content {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_middle_black.png');} af|panelTabbed::footer af|panelTabbed::tab-start {width: 10px; background-image:url('/images/tab_bottom_left_black.png');} af|panelTabbed::footer af|panelTabbed::tab-end {width: 10px; background-image:url('/images/tab_bottom_right_black.png');} af|panelTabbed::footer af|panelTabbed::tab-content {background-image:url('/images/tab_bottom_middle_black.png');} af|panelTabbed::header af|panelTabbed::tab:disabled af|panelTabbed::tab-start {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_left_red.png');} af|panelTabbed::header af|panelTabbed::tab:disabled af|panelTabbed::tab-end {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_right_red.png');} af|panelTabbed::header af|panelTabbed::tab:disabled af|panelTabbed::tab-content {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_middle_red.png');} af|panelTabbed::footer af|panelTabbed::tab:disabled af|panelTabbed::tab-start {background-image:url('/images/tab_bottom_left_red.png');} af|panelTabbed::footer af|panelTabbed::tab:disabled af|panelTabbed::tab-end {background-image:url('/images/tab_bottom_right_red.png');} af|panelTabbed::footer af|panelTabbed::tab:disabled af|panelTabbed::tab-content {background-image:url('/images/tab_bottom_middle_red.png');} af|panelTabbed::header af|panelTabbed::tab:selected af|panelTabbed::tab-start {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_left_blue.png');} af|panelTabbed::header af|panelTabbed::tab:selected af|panelTabbed::tab-end {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_right_blue.png');} af|panelTabbed::header af|panelTabbed::tab:selected af|panelTabbed::tab-content {background-image:url('/images/tab_top_middle_blue.png');} af|panelTabbed::footer af|panelTabbed::tab:selected af|panelTabbed::tab-start {background-image:url('/images/tab_bottom_left_blue.png');} af|panelTabbed::footer af|panelTabbed::tab:selected af|panelTabbed::tab-end {background-image:url('/images/tab_bottom_right_blue.png');} af|panelTabbed::footer af|panelTabbed::tab:selected af|panelTabbed::tab-content {background-image:url('/images/tab_bottom_middle_blue.png');} Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelTabbed::tab-end Style on the end of the tabs used with the panelTabbed component. This applies to tabs in both the header and the footer. To provide an alternate skinning of the tabs, you will want to specify alternate background images to the ::tab-start, ::tab-end, and ::tab-content. You will also probably want to specify separate changes for the ::header and the ::footer, and you may want to specify alternate styling for :disabled and :selected states as well. Styling with a border is not supported (doing this will result in browser compatibility issues based on em sizing). See the definition for ::tab-start for a full example. Only used by fusion skins.
af|panelTabbed::tab-content Style on the middle of the tabs used with the panelTabbed component. This applies to tabs in both the header and the footer. To provide an alternate skinning of the tabs, you will want to specify alternate background images to the ::tab-start, ::tab-end, and ::tab-content. You will also probably want to specify separate changes for the ::header and the ::footer, and you may want to specify alternate styling for :disabled and :selected states as well. Styling with a border is not supported (doing this will result in browser compatibility issues based on em sizing). See the definition for ::tab-start for a full example.
af|panelTabbed::tab-text-link Style on the anchor (link) part of the tabs used with the panelTabbed component. This applies to tabs in both the header and the footer. Disabled tabs do not have a tab-text-link selector.
af|panelTabbed::icon-style Style on the icons (if present) in the tabs used with the panelTabbed component. This applies to tabs in both the header and the footer.
af|panelTabbed::start-overflow-indicator Style on the start overflow indicator that is present when the toolbar tabs have compressed layout mode of overflow. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|panelTabbed::end-overflow-indicator Style on the end overflow indicator that is present when the toolbar tabs have compressed layout mode of overflow. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|panelTabbed::start-conveyor-belt-indicator Style on the start conveyor belt indicator that is present when the toolbar tabs have compressed layout mode of conveyor belt. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|panelTabbed::end-conveyor-belt-indicator Style on the end conveyor belt indicator that is present when the toolbar tabs have compressed layout mode of conveyor belt. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|panelTabbed::droplist-indicator Style on the droplist indicator that is present when the toolbar tabs have compressed layout mode of conveyor belt or overflow droplist. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|panelTabbed::disclosed-remove-icon-style If tab removal is enabled, this is the style of the remove icon used on a disclosed tab item. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|panelTabbed::undisclosed-remove-icon-style If tab removal is enabled, this is the style of the remove icon used on an undisclosed tab item. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|panelTabbed::disclosed-remove-disabled-icon-style If tab removal is enabled, this is the style of the disabled remove icon used on a disclosed tab item that is set to remove disabled. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key.
af|panelTabbed::undisclosed-remove-disabled-icon-style If tab removal is enabled, this is the style of the disabled remove icon used on an undisclosed tab item that is set to remove disabled. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key.
Icon Selectors Description
af|panelTabbed::start-overflow-icon Overrides the default start overflow icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelTabbed::start-overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|panelTabbed::start-overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the start-overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image.
af|panelTabbed::end-overflow-icon Overrides the default end overflow icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelTabbed:::end-overflow-icon {content "X"} or af|panelTabbed:::end-overflow-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the end-overflow-indicator key if you do not want a background-image.
af|panelTabbed::disclosed-remove-icon If tab removal is enabled, this overrides the default remove icon on a disclosed tab item. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelTabbed::disclosed-remove-icon {content "X"} or af|panelTabbed::disclosed-remove-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the disclosed-remove-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|panelTabbed::undisclosed-remove-icon If tab removal is enabled, this overrides the default remove icon on an undisclosed tab item. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelTabbed::undisclosed-remove-icon {content "X"} or af|panelTabbed::undisclosed-remove-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the undisclosed-remove-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|panelTabbed::remove-disabled-icon If tab removal is enabled, this overrides the default disabled remove icon on an tab item that is set to remove disabled. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelTabbed::remove-disabled-icon {content "X"} or af|panelTabbed::remove-disabled-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the disclosed-remove-disabled-icon-style and undisclosed-remove-disabled-icon-style keys if you do not want a background-image.
Resource Strings Description
af_panelTabbed.TIP_REMOVE_TAB Tooltip on a tab remove button.
af_panelTabbed.TIP_LIST_ALL_TABS Tooltip on a conveyor belt droplist button.

af:panelWindow

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|panelWindow Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Pseudo classes Description
drag
inactive
Skin properties Description
-tr-open-animation-duration Specifies the minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for opening the window. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-animate The root style, contains skinning property "-tr-animate" that specifies whether animation is turn on or off for popup windows. Set a value of "true" to enable animation. Set "false" to turn off animation. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-default-content-width Provides the default contentWidth if not provided when stretching is turned on, "stretchChildren=first".
-tr-default-content-height Provides the default contentHeight if not provided when stretching is turned on, "stretchChildren=first".
af|panelWindow::resize-ghost The selector applied to the element temporarily created to animate a mouse drag resize. The element is a div with absolute positioning that floats above the dialog getting resized. The border, background color and opacity are attributes that a custom skin might want to adjust.
af|panelWindow::main Selector for the main element of this panelWindow. This selector along with the pseudo-classes :drag and :inactive on the root element can be used to customize the inactive and drag states of the panelWindow. For e.g. "af|panelWindow:drag af|panelWindow::main{opacity:0.15;} @agent ie {af|panelWindow:drag af|panelWindow::main{filter:alpha(opacity:15);}}" changes the drag state of the panelWindow so that it is only 15% opaque.
af|panelWindow::inactive-background Selector for displaying the background when the panelWindow is not the active window. This selector is used in conjunction with the pseudo-class :inactive on the root element and af|panelWindow::main to achieve an inactive look for the panelWindow. For e.g. "af|panelWindow::inactive-background{ background-color:#FFFFFF;} af|panelWindow:inactive af|panelWindow::main{opacity:0.5;} @agent ie {af|panelWindow:inactive af|panelWindow::main{filter:alpha(opacity:50);}" sets the background to white and lets it bleed into the panelWindow by setting its opacity to 50%.
af|panelWindow::header-start The style for the starting cell of the header. Generally this is the decoration on the left side of the screen and can be used to create rounded edges.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the panelWindow edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: nw-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|panelWindow::header Styles the "header" element. This element surrounds the header text, icon and close regions.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the panelWindow edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: nw-resize).
af|panelWindow::header-end The style for the ending cell of the header. Generally this is the decoration on the right side of the screen and can be used to create rounded edges.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the panelWindow edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: nw-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|panelWindow::footer-start The style for the starting cell of the footer. Generally this is the decoration on the left side of the screen and can be used to create rounded edges.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the panelWindow edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: nw-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|panelWindow::footer The style for the center cell of the footer.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the panelWindow edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: nw-resize).
af|panelWindow::footer-end The style for the ending cell of the footer. Generally this is the decoration on the right side of the screen and can be used to create rounded edges.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the panelWindow edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: nw-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|panelWindow::content-start The style for the starting of the content. This will be located directly below the af|panelWindow::header-start key, above the af|panelWindow::footer-start key and before the af|panelWindow::content key.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the panelWindow edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: nw-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|panelWindow::content The style for the content region of the panelWindow. This is the area where the components children will be rendered. It is located directly below the af|panelWindow::header key, above the af|panelWindow::footer and after the af|panelWindow::content-start key.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to change attributes such as padding when resize mode is on.
af|panelWindow::content-center The center of the panelWindow is marked with this style. It is contained in the af|panelWindow::content node. Padding and color can be adjusted with this style but overflow is managed programmatically. Use of this style is conditional on property values stretchChildren=first or resize=on.
af|panelWindow::content-end The style for the ending of the content. This will be located directly below the af|panelWindow::header-end key, above the af|panelWindow::footer-end key and after the af|panelWindow::content key.
Pseudo classes Description
resizable Use the :resizable pseudo-class to add the correct resize cursor to the panelWindow edges when in resize mode (i.e., cursor: nw-resize). The :resizable pseudo-class can be used with the :rtl pseudo-class to adjust the cursor in right to left mode.
af|panelWindow::resize-icon-region Styles the region around the end corner resize icon in af|panelWindow::footer and aligned to end in LTR. It can be used to set paddings, margins around the resize icon.
af|panelWindow::resize-icon-style The style for the resize icon located in the af|panelWindow::resize-icon-region.
af|panelWindow::icon-region Styles the region around the window icon in af|panelWindow::header and aligned to start. It can be used to set paddings, margins around the title icon.
af|panelWindow::title Styles the title of the panelWindow.
af|panelWindow::help-link-container A style containing the "dynamic help" for the window. It will only be displayed if assigned a helpTopicId and will be positioned after the af|panelWindow::title and before af|panelWindow::close-icon-region within af|panelWindow::header.
af|panelWindow::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon located within the help-link-container. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|panelWindow::close-icon-region Styles the region around af|panelWindow::close-icon-style in af|panelWindow::header and aligned to end. It can be used to set paddings, margins around the title icon.
af|panelWindow::close-icon-style Style on the panelWindow's close icon. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the close-icon-style and define the icon for the close-icon key.
Icon Selectors Description
af|panelWindow::close-icon Overrides the default close icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelWindow::close-icon {content "X"} or af|panelWindow::close-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the close-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
af|panelWindow::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|panelWindow::dynamic-help-icon-style. Located in the content-start and only enabled if a helpTopicId is provided.
af|panelWindow::resize-icon Overrides the default resize icon. Icons can be text or img elements, e.g. af|panelWindow::resize-icon {content ">"} or af|panelWindow::resize-icon {content: url(...)}. Use this key instead of the resize-icon-style key if you do not want a background-image.
Resource Strings Description
af_panelWindow.TIP_CLOSE Tooltip for the close icon at the top right of the panel window.

af:popup

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|popup Used for setting the following skinning properties that effect the appearance of popup drop shadows.
Skin properties Description
-tr-shadow-pixel-size Controls the pixel size of popup drop shadows.
-tr-shadow-offset Controls the pixel offset value for popup drop shadows.
-tr-shadow-starting-black-percent Controls the percentage black for the starting pixel of the drop shadow. You can use a number less than 100 for a lighter drop shadow.
Resource Strings Description
af_popup.TIP_START_OF_POPUP In screenreader mode, this text marks the top side of the popup. It is also used by af:dialog and af:panelWindow.
af_popup.TIP_END_OF_POPUP In screenreader mode, this text marks the bottom side of the popup selector. It is also used by af:dialog and af:panelWindow.
af_popup.TIP_END_OF_POPUP_DISABLE_CLOSE_ON_ESCAPE In screenreader mode and when close on escape is disabled, this text marks the bottom side of the popup selector. It is also used by af:dialog and af:panelWindow.
af_popup.TIP_START_OF_MENU Text that marks the top of a menu contained within an af:popup. It is only displayed in screenreader mode.
af_popup.TIP_END_OF_MENU Text that marks the bottom of a menu contained within an af:popup. It is only displayed in screenreader mode.
af_popup.TIP_END_OF_MENU_DISABLE_CLOSE_ON_ESCAPE Text that marks the bottom of a menu contained within an af:popup. It is only displayed in screenreader mode when close on escape is disabled.
af_popup.STATUS_ENTERING_POPUP Status message announced via a WAI-ARIA live region when entering a popup. This message is only used in screenreader mode.
af_popup.STATUS_EXITING_POPUP Status message announced via a WAI-ARIA live region when exiting a popup. This message is only used in screenreader mode.

af:progressIndicator

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|progressIndicator Style on the root element of the af:progressIndicator component.
Skin properties Description
-tr-percent-block-increment Determines the percent block increment in determinate model. Valid value can be a integer >0 and <100. For e.g. af|progressIndicator {-tr-percent-block-increment: 5} will show the progress bar with block increment as 5.
af|progressIndicator::indeterminate Style on the indeterminate model of the af:progressIndicator component. The indicator image is specified as a background-image in this key.
Pseudo classes Description
running
finished
af|progressIndicator::determinate Style on the determinate model of the af:progressIndicator component. This defines the width and height of the progress bar.
af|progressIndicator::determinate-start-label Style on the label which indicates start percentage of the af:progressIndicator component. This includes .AFTextForeground:alias, .AFDefaultFont:alias and AFEndTextAlign:alias style selectors.
af|progressIndicator::determinate-end-label Style on the label which indicates end percentage of the af:progressIndicator component. This includes .AFTextForeground:alias, .AFDefaultFont:alias and AFEndTextAlign:alias style selectors.
af|progressIndicator::determinate-filled-icon-style Style on the determinate model indicator for percentage completion of the af:progressIndicator component. The indicator image is specified as a background-image in this key. This also defines width and height of the image. This image is repeated in the progress bar according to the percentage completion and will occupy the percentage width of the total width as defined in the af|progressIndicator::determinate key.
af|progressIndicator::determinate-empty-icon-style Style on the determinate model indicator for remaining percentage completion of the af:progressIndicator component. The indicator image is specified as a background-image in this key. This also defines width and height of the image. This image is repeated in the progress bar according to the remaining percentage completion and will occupy the remaining percentage width of the total width as defined in the af|progressIndicator::determinate key.
Icon Selectors Description
af|progressIndicator::indeterminate-running-icon The running state indicator icon for indeterminate model. This renders a <img> or text. You can use af|progressIndicator::indeterminate:running and set background-image instead.
af|progressIndicator::indeterminate-finished-icon The finished state indicator icon for indeterminate model. This renders a <img> or text. You can use af|progressIndicator::indeterminate:finished and set background-image instead.
Resource Strings Description
af_progressIndicator.TIP_DETERMINATE Tooltip that represents the % complete. This string can contain {0} in it to be replaced with the percentage completed. This tip is only available when a determination on the percent complete can be made.
af_progressIndicator.LABEL_DETERMINATE_ZERO_PERCENT Tooltip that represents 0% complete. This tip is only available when a determination on the percent complete can be made.
af_progressIndicator.LABEL_DETERMINATE_HUNDRED_PERCENT Tooltip that represents 100% complete. This tip is only available when a determination on the percent complete can be made.
af_progressIndicator.TIP_INDETERMINATE_RUNNING Tooltip that represents the process is running. This is only available when the percent complete can not be determined.
af_progressIndicator.TIP_INDETERMINATE_FINISHED Tooltip that represents the process is completed. This is only available when the percent complete can not be determined.
af_progressIndicator.TIP_SCREEN_READER_DETERMINATE Tooltip that represents the % complete. This string can contain {0} in it to be replaced with the percentage completed. This tip is only available when a determination on the percent complete can be made. This is also only available in screenreader mode.
af_progressIndicator.TIP_SCREEN_READER_INDETERMINATE_RUNNING Tooltip that represents the process is running. This is only available when the percent complete can not be determined. This is only available in screenreader mode.
af_progressIndicator.TIP_SCREEN_READER_INDETERMINATE_FINISHED Tooltip that represents the process is completed. This is only available when the percent complete can not be determined. This is only available in screenreader mode.

af:query

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|query Styles the root element of the af:query component.
Pseudo classes Description
compact Styles the component when in compact display mode
simple Styles the component when in simple display mode
Skin properties Description
-tr-button-type Specify 'unified' if you want the query to internally use the unified af|button component, otherwise use 'old' to use original (and now deprecated) button implementations.
-tr-header-height Used when the query is being stretched by its parent container to indicate the CSS length for the header bar of the query so that the content can be stretched to fill the remaining space. This skin property is honored only if the query is being stretched (like when a child of a panelSplitter).
-tr-visible-items Sets the default maximum number of visible items that can be displayed inside "Add Fields" menu. If there are more items in the menu than this value, then scroll up and scroll down icons will be displayed, allowing the user to scroll through the menu contents. Default value for this is 10.
-tr-label-alignment Skinning property to set the label alignment for checkboxes in query panel. Valid values are start and end.
-tr-criterion-field-readOnly-type Skinning property to let isReadOnly() API to take effect. Valid values are none and readonly.
-tr-system-search-show-in-list Skinning property to enable "Show In List" checkbox for OOTB(Out of the box)/system searches to be enabled. Valid values are enable and disable.
af|query::button Styles the buttons of the query component. Note that this skin selector is only present when the skin selector -tr-button-type is set to 'old', and the query buttons are rendered as af:commandButtons. When the -tr-button-type is set to 'unified', the query buttons are rendered as af:buttons and have the default stylings for af:button applied, so that query buttons have the same look and feel as all other buttons. Tip: If you skin this selector's background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active, :focus. The :disabled state is currently not supported. Please note that for buttons :active and :focus pseudo-classes do not work in IE7. IE7 also does not allow disabled buttons to be styled. It is recommended that you use the .AFButton*:alias selectors as a shortcut to skin all button components the same.
af|query::button-access-key When -tr-button-type is set to 'old', styles the access key text of the query commandButton. This includes the .AFButtonAccessKeyStyle:alias style.
af|query::content$ Styles the content region of the query component. This includes the area that displays the queryCriteria and the footers. It is located directly below the af|query::title$ key. The value for $ is a number between 0 and 5 signifying the six header types. The number is determined by the depth of the query within other headers. If query is nested within one panelHeader, for e.g. then $ will be 1.
af|query::content-footer Styles the footer region that encloses any content specified by the footer facet and any content that is rendered, by default, by the query component.
af|query::criteria Styles the container that encloses the conjunction and the criterion search fields
af|query::criteria-column Styles each columns of the criterion rows, like vertical-align:top and text-align.
af|query::criterion Styles each search field based on a criterion. A search field consists of the label, operator, value and an optional delete icon.
af|query::criterion-label Styles the label of the search field. Also supports the rtl pseudo-class
af|query::criterion-label-top Styles the label when it is stacked on top of the operator and value parts of the search field. This is used when the labelAlignment property is set to top. Also supports the rtl pseudo-class
af|query::criterion-content Styles the content of the search field, that includes the operator and value inside.
af|query::criterion-delete-icon-cell Styles the cell that encloses the delete icon within a criterion. This includes .AFEndPadding:alias style selector.
af|query::criterion-delete-icon-style Styles the delete icon. The delete icon is specified as a background-image in this key. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|query::criterion-indexed-icon-style Styles the indexed icon. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|query::instruction-text Styles the text that might come from the helpTopicId.
af|query::dynamic-help-icon-style Styles the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active, and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|query::disclosure-link Selector for the anchor element that contains the disclosure icon.
af|query::undisclosed-icon-style Style on the icon that is shown when the panel is undisclosed (collapsed). The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the undisclosed-icon-style and define the icon for the undisclosed-icon key.
af|query::disclosed-icon-style Style on the icon that is shown when the panel is disclosed (expanded). The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the disclosed-icon-style and define the icon for the disclosed-icon key.
af|query::disclosure-icon-container Styles the container for the disclosure icon.
af|query::disclosure-icon-style Styles the anchor element containing the specified icon if messageType is set to null. Otherwise the icon associated with the message type is displayed in the container. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|query::footer-facet-content-style Styles the cell that contains the footer facet content (or the default Add Fields button).
af|query::info Applied to the element containing the "* required" stamp on the query component.
af|query::title$ Styles the main part of the header. It is the section that immediately follows the "af|query::title-start$" key. The value for $ is a number between 0 and 5 signifying the six header types.
af|query::title-end$ Styles the ending cell of the header. Generally this is the decoration on the right side of the search panel and can be used to create rounded edges. The value for $ is a number between 0 and 5 signifying the six header types.
af|query::title-table The style for the table containing the header. Generally this will not be modified, but this allows for more flexible skinning of the title in general so that under certain curcumstances, it can be styled to match the content container. This style class supports the :disclosed pseudo-class when the query component is disclosed.
Pseudo classes Description
disclosed
af|query::title-text$ Styles the header text inside the title element specified by the af|query::title$ key. Available pseudo-classes are :error, :warning, :info:, :confirmation and are set according to the message type. If no message type is specified or message type is set to none then none of these pseudo-classes will be present.
Pseudo classes Description
error
warning
info
confirmation
af|query::title-start$ Styles the starting cell of the header. Generally this is the decoration on the left side of the search panel and can be used to create rounded edges.
af|query::separator-icon-style Style of the icon used as the bar item separator.
af|query::group-criterion-cell Styles the cell of each group of search fields inthe search panel
af|query::group-criterion-name-text Styles the name of the "Search Field" group
af|query::group-criterion-name-cell Styles the cell that encloses the name of the "Search Field" group
af|query::group-criterion-delete-icon-cell Styles the cell that encloses the delete icon within a criterion.
af|query::reorder-search-tree Styles the reorder tree in the reorder dialog .
.AFBetweenSeparatorIcon:alias Specifies the icon between the two components that get rendered when the 'Between ..." operator is chosen for the search field of the af:query component.
Icon Selectors Description
af|query::criterion-delete-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|query::criterion-delete-icon-style. By default this is null.
af|query::disclosed-icon The icon is displayed when the af:query component is rendered in its disclosed state.
af|query::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|query::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|query::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
af|query::undisclosed-icon The icon is displayed when the af:query component is rendered in its undisclosed state.
af|query::attribute-presence-indicator-icon Icon used for indicating that an attribute (in "Add Fields" button) is already present in the query panel
af|query::move-top-icon Styles the move to top shuttle button in the reorder dialog .
Resource Strings Description
af_query.LABEL_HEADER_TEXT The title text used for the search panel.
af_query.LABEL_REQUIRED_INFO_TEXT The information text used to indicate required fields
af_query.LABEL_INDEXED_INFO_TEXT The information text used to indicate indexed fields
af_query.LABEL_FOOTER_ADD_FIELDS The text used on the Add Fields dropdown on the footer of the search panel.
af_query.LABEL_CONJUNCTION The text used for the label of the conjunction radio button.
af_query.LABEL_CONJUNCTION_AND The text used for the AND conjunction item of the radio button
af_query.LABEL_CONJUNCTION_OR The text used for the OR conjunction item of the radio button
af_query.LABEL_MODE_BASIC The text used for the Mode toggle button when the query component is currently displaying in Advanced mode.
af_query.LABEL_MODE_ADVANCED The text used for the Mode toggle button when the query component is currently displaying in Basic mode.
af_query.LABEL_SCREEN_READER_MODE_BASIC The text used for the Mode toggle button when the query component is currently displaying in Advanced mode. This is only available in screenreader mode.
af_query.LABEL_SCREEN_READER_MODE_ADVANCED The text used for the Mode toggle button when the query component is currently displaying in Basic mode. This is only available in screenreader mode.
af_query.LABEL_SAVE The text used for the Save button typically displayed on the footer of the search panel.
af_query.LABEL_RESET The text used for the Reset button typically displayed on the footer of the search panel.
af_query.LABEL_SEARCH The text used for the Search button typically displayed on the footer of the search panel.
af_query.LABEL_DELETE The text used for the Delete button typically displayed on the "Personalize Saved Searches" dialog.
af_query.LABEL_APPLY The text used for the Apply button typically displayed on the "Personalize Saved Searches" dialog.
af_query.LABEL_SAVED_SEARCH The text used as the label for the Saved Searches dropdown typically displayed on the toolbar (header) of the search panel
af_query.LABEL_SAVED_SEARCH_PERSONALIZE_ENTRY The text used to display the "Personalize" entry in the saved searches dropdown on the search panel.
af_query.LABEL_PERSONALIZE_SAVED_SEARCHES_DLG The text used as the title for the Personalize Saved Searches dialog
af_query.LABEL_PERSONALIZE_SAVED_SEARCHES_LIST The text used as the label for the Personalize Saved Searches dropdown list displayed in the Saved Search dialog
af_query.LABEL_CREATE_SAVED_SEARCH_DLG The text used as the title for the Create Saved Search dialog
af_query.LABEL_SAVED_SEARCH_NAME_DLG The text used as the label for the input component that displays the name of the saved search in either dialog.
af_query.LABEL_UIHINT_SAVE_RESULTS_LAYOUT The text used as the label for the uiHint checkbox Save Results Layout in either dialog
af_query.LABEL_UIHINT_AUTO_EXECUTE The text used as the label for the uiHint checkbox Run Automatically in either dialog
af_query.LABEL_UIHINT_SHOW_IN_LIST The text used as the label for the uiHint checkbox Show In List in the personalize dialog
af_query.LABEL_UIHINT_DEFAULT The text used as the label for the uiHint checkbox Default in either dialog
af_query.MSG_SAVED_SEARCH_NAME_UNIQUE_CONSTRAINT The text of the error message used to indicate a unique constraint violation encountered for the name of a newly created saved search.
af_query.MSG_SAVED_SEARCH_NAME_UNIQUE_CONSTRAINT_DETAIL The text of a detail message explaining the action to be taken to correct the unique constraint violation.
af_query.MSG_SAVED_SEARCH_NAME_NOTNULL_CONSTRAINT The text of the error message used to indicate a name is required for a newly created saved search.
af_query.MSG_SAVED_SEARCH_NAME_NOTNULL_CONSTRAINT_DETAIL The text of a detail message explaining the action to be taken to correct the not null constraint for the name of a saved search.
af_query.MSG_SAVED_SEARCH_DELDUP_CONSTRAINT The text of the error message indicating a delete constraint requiring a saved search to be selected before choosing to delete it.
af_query.MSG_SAVED_SEARCH_DELETE_CONSTRAINT_DETAIL The text of the detail message explaining how to satisfy the delete constraint.
af_query.MSG_SAVED_SEARCH_DELETE_WARNING The text of a message warning the user that he/she is about to delete a saved search
af_query.MSG_SAVED_SEARCH_OVERRIDE_WARNING The text of a message warning the user that he/she is about to override a saved search
af_query.MSG_SAVED_SEARCH_OVERRIDE_ERROR The text of a error message to user that he/she can't override a system saved search
af_query.TIP_DELETE_WARNING The text used for the title of the Warning dialog.
af_query.TIP_SEARCH_OVERRIDE_WARNING The text used for the title of the Override Warning dialog.
af_query.TIP_SEARCH_OVERRIDE_ERROR The text used for the title of the Override Error dialog.
af_query.TIP_DELETE_SEARCH_FIELD The text used as the tooltip for the Delete button on the personalize dialog.
af_query.TIP_OPEATOR The text used as the tooltip for the operators dropdown on the search panel
af_query.LABEL_VALUE_LOV_POPUP The text used for the title of the LOV popup when the LOV component is displayed in the search panel.

af:quickQuery

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|quickQuery Style on the root element of the af:quickQuery component.
Pseudo classes Description
vertical styles the component with vertical layout. For example, you can style the label in vertical mode like this: "af|quickQuery:vertical::label".
helpIcon styles the component when help icon is displayed. For example, you can style the criteria-items in vertical mode when help icon is displayed like this: "af|quickQuery:vertical:helpIcon::criteria-items".
af|quickQuery::label Style on the label of the af:quickQuery component. This includes .AFLabel:alias style selector.
af|quickQuery::criteria-items Style on the criterion items facet of the af:quickQuery component.
af|quickQuery::value Style on the criterion value facet of the af:quickQuery component.
af|quickQuery::end Style on the end facet of the af:quickQuery component.
af|quickQuery::search-icon-cell Style on the search icon cell of af:quickQuery component. This includes .AFEndPadding:alias style selector.
af|quickQuery::search-icon-style Style on the clickable search icon of the af:quickQuery component. By default the search-icon is null and this style has a background-image that you can override. The width and height of the icon will be provided in this key. For example, you can style the icon when the component is active by using this selector: "af|quickQuery::search-icon-style:active". Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|quickQuery::disabled-search-icon-style Styles the icon used for the search indicator in disabled state. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set {-tr-inhibit: background-image} in this style and define the icon using the disabled-search-icon. Includes .AFClickableImageAnchor:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover and :active.
af|quickQuery::dynamic-help-icon-style Styles the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active, and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
Icon Selectors Description
af|quickQuery::disabled-search-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|quickQuery::disabled-search-icon-style. By default this is null.
af|quickQuery::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|quickQuery::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|quickQuery::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.
af|quickQuery::search-icon Search icon. You can use af|quickQuery::search-icon-style instead.
Resource Strings Description
af_quickQuery.LABEL_DEFAULT The text used as the label for the quickQuery component.

af:region

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|region Selector that renders on the root dom element of the component.
Skin properties Description
-tr-animation-duration Specifies the minimum amount of time in milliseconds that the animation should take from the last time that the component displays in its initial state to the time that it displays in its final state (does not include any computation prior to drawing the first frame of the change or any computation after drawing the last frame of the change) for expand/collapse of the region content region. This skin property is honored only if the animation is enabled in the system.
-tr-header-height Used when the region is being stretched by its parent container to indicate the CSS length for the header bar of the region so that the content can be stretched to fill the remaining space. This skin property is honored only if the region is being stretched (like when a child of a panelDashboard).
-tr-never-header-height Used when the region has an empty header bar, e.g. via showHeader="ifNeeded" but nothing in it. If set to "0px" then no header will be shown. If set to some other value, an empty header will be shown using this height.
-tr-footer-height Used when the region is being stretched by its parent container to indicate the CSS length for the footer bar of the region so that the content can be stretched to fill the remaining space. This skin property is honored only if the region is being stretched (like when a child of a panelDashboard). Note the footer can be completely omitted if you set this property to "0px".
-tr-center-start-width Used when the region is being stretched by its parent container to indicate the CSS length for the indenting of the content container from the start (e.g. left) side of the region so that the contentStyle that an application developer might assign does not interfere with the built-in indentation of the content. This skin property is honored only if the region is being stretched (like when a child of a panelDashboard).
-tr-center-end-width Used when the region is being stretched by its parent container to indicate the CSS length for the indenting of the content container from the end (e.g. right) side of the region so that the contentStyle that an application developer might assign does not interfere with the built-in indentation of the content. This skin property is honored only if the region is being stretched (like when a child of a panelDashboard).
af|region::header-start Style the start side of the header of the region. Used to render rounded corners for the region. The pseudo-classes correspond with the ramp and background attributes of the panelBox component though no such attribute exists for the region component. For example, the ramp is set to "core" and background set to "default" the style used for this is "af|region::header-start:core:default". This includes the .AFPanelBoxHeader* alias, for example af|region::header-start:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core
default
af|region::header-center Style the center side of the header of the region. Used to render rounded corners for the region. The pseudo-classes correspond with the ramp and background attributes of the panelBox component though no such attribute exists for the region component. This includes the .AFPanelBoxHeader* alias, for example af|region::header-center:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core
default
af|region::header-text Style the container of the header element.
af|region::header-element Style the header element that contains the header text.
af|region::header-end Style the end side of the header of the region. Used to render rounded corners for the region. The pseudo-classes correspond with the ramp and background attributes of the panelBox component though no such attribute exists for the region component. This includes the .AFPanelBoxHeader* alias, for example af|region::header-end:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxHeaderCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core
default
af|region::center Style the center area of the region that wraps the content area of the region. The "center" wrapper provides potentially different padding than the content area so that people can set padding to zero in the contentStyle attribute and not mess anything up with the built-in minimum padding (e.g. for shadows that might be present in a background image behind the content). The pseudo-classes correspond with the ramp and background attributes of the panelBox component though no such attribute exists for the region component.
Pseudo classes Description
core
default
af|region::content Style the content area of the region. The pseudo-classes correspond with the ramp and background attributes of the panelBox component though no such attribute exists for the region component. This includes the .AFPanelBoxContent* alias, for example af|region::content:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxContentCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core
default
af|region::footer-start Style the start side of the footer of the region (used only if -tr-footer-height is not 0px). Used to render rounded corners for the region. The pseudo-classes correspond with the ramp and background attributes of the panelBox component though no such attribute exists for the region component. For example, the ramp is set to "core" and background set to "default" the style used for this is "af|region::footer-start:core:default". This includes the .AFPanelBoxFooter* alias, for example af|region::footer-start:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxFooterCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core
default
af|region::footer-center Style the center side of the footer of the region (used only if -tr-footer-height is not 0px). Used to render rounded corners for the region. The pseudo-classes correspond with the ramp and background attributes of the panelBox component though no such attribute exists for the region component. This includes the .AFPanelBoxFooter* alias, for example af|region::footer-center:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxFooterCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core
default
af|region::footer-end Style the end side of the footer of the region (used only if -tr-footer-height is not 0px). Used to render rounded corners for the region. The pseudo-classes correspond with the ramp and background attributes of the panelBox component though no such attribute exists for the region component. This includes the .AFPanelBoxFooter* alias, for example af|region::footer-end:core:default includes .AFPanelBoxFooterCoreDefault:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
core
default
af|region::disclosure-link Selector for the anchor element that contains the disclosure icon.
af|region::undisclosed-icon-style Style on the icon that is shown when the panel is undisclosed (collapsed). The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the undisclosed-icon-style and define the icon for the undisclosed-icon key.
af|region::disclosed-icon-style Style on the icon that is shown when the panel is disclosed (expanded). The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the disclosed-icon-style and define the icon for the disclosed-icon key.
af|region::maximize-icon-container Styles the container for the maximize icon.
af|region::maximize-link Selector for the anchor element that contains the maximize icon.
af|region::unmaximized-icon-style Style on the icon that is shown when the panel is maximized. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the unmaximize-icon-style and define the icon for the unmaximize-icon key.
af|region::maximized-icon-style Style on the icon that is shown when the panel is normal size. The icon is specified as a background-image in this key. To use text or an img element instead of a background-image, set -tr-inhibit: background-image in the maximize-icon-style and define the icon for the maximize-icon key.
af|region::instruction-text Styles the text that might come from the helpTopicId.
af|region::dynamic-help-icon-style Styles the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Available pseudo-classes are :disabled:hover, :hover and :active. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
Icon Selectors Description
af|region::maximized-icon The icon is displayed when the af:region component is rendered in its normal state.
af|region::unmaximized-icon The icon is displayed when the af:region component is rendered in its maximized state.
af|region::disclosed-icon The icon is displayed when the af:region component is rendered in its disclosed state.
af|region::undisclosed-icon The icon is displayed when the af:region component is rendered in its undisclosed state.
af|region::dynamic-help-icon Icon that can be used instead of a background-image on af|region::dynamic-help-icon-style. By default this is null. If you use this af|region::dynamic-help-icon-style can then be used for background colors, etc.

af:resetButton

Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|resetButton Style on the root element of the af:resetButton component. Tip: If you skin this selector's background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active, :focus, and :disabled. Please note that for buttons :active and :focus pseudo-classes do not work in IE7. IE7 also does not allow disabled buttons to be styled. It is recommended that you use the .AFButton*:alias selectors as a shortcut to skin all button components the same.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
af|resetButton::access-key Style on the text of the button. This includes the .AFButtonAccessKeyStyle:alias style.

af:richTextEditor

The richTextEditor component is an input component. It contains a label and content like all input components. The richTextEditor contains a toolbox which contains other components like a selectOneChoice, an inputNumberSpinbox, and toolbar components and they all need to be skinned with their own skinning keys. You can use descendent skinning keys to skin the styles of the richTextEditor's toolbox, selectOneChoice, toolbar, etc separately from other toolboxes in your application. For example, af|richTextEditor::content af|selectOneChoice::content {width: 8em;}. Please note that you cannot skin icon keys contextually, so if you skin a af|inputNumberSpinbox::incrementor-icon, for example, there is no way to override this with af|richTextEditor::content af|inputNumberSpinbox::incrementor-icon. The reason we did not create separate keys for all these hooks for this component is because the number of keys would have been huge, and we feel that the given richTextEditor skinning hooks with descendent selectors should be sufficient.
Style Selectors Description Conditions
af|richTextEditor Style on the root element of the af:richTextEditor component.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled
read-only
error
fatal
warning
info
stretched
af|richTextEditor::content Style on the content of the component, including the toolbar.
af|richTextEditor::content-input Style on the content input field of the component, excluding the toolbar.
af|richTextEditor::content-input-container Style on the container of the content-input element. This is meant for a border; this includes .AFFormControlContentBorder:alias style selector.
af|richTextEditor::dynamic-help-icon-style Style the dynamic help icon. By default the dynamic-help-icon is null, and this style has a background-image that you can override. Includes .AFDynamicHelpIconStyle:alias. Tip: If you skin the background-image, you may also want to skin it for :hover, :active and :disabled.
Pseudo classes Description
disabled Use :disabled:hover if you need precedence over :hover alone in disabled mode.
af|richTextEditor::label Style on the label of the component. This includes .AFLabel:alias style selector. :disabled::label includes .AFLabelDisabled:alias.
Pseudo classes Description