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comment Custom styling / branding on each web part title / chrome
you can use css, selectors to choose which chrome titles to target with your specific code. If you use custom layouts this is easily achieved. eg div.RightCol > table .othercss to get to the relevant css class of the chrome{some css} div.LeftCol > table .othercss to get to the relevant css class of the chrome{some css}. I can provide a more detailed example if this sounds like a workable solution to your problem.
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comment Custom styling / branding on each web part title / chrome
Are you targeting specific browsers or is this a public facing website?
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comment How do I make the XML Viewer web part ignore a Doctype element?
@FrankMartin check for whitespace etc. the first thing that needs to be encountered is the opening xml decleration.
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comment How do I make the XML Viewer web part ignore a Doctype element?
I am having the same issue, i have pretty much googled out and cannot find a resolution to this. Has anyone else got a suggestion on how to resolve this?
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