what kind of CSS method is this ?

Discussion in 'HTML' started by wbsurfver@yahoo.com, Nov 29, 2007.

  1. Guest

    I found some HTML that looks like what's below,

    What kind of CSS tab or other method is this refered to ?
    I just need something I can google for to get more info so I can
    understand better what this does.

    <tab:TABSTRIP id="tab" orientation="vertical" sepDefaultStyle="border-
    right: 1px solid #333366; font-size: 1px; height: 3px"
    tabDefaultStyle="background-
    color: #9999CC; border: 1px solid
    #333366; color: #333366; padding: 2px 5px; width: 177px"
    tabHoverStyle="background-
    color: #CCCCFF; color: #333366"
    tabSelectedStyle="background-
    color: #FFFFE0; border-color:
    #333366; border-right-style: none; color: #333366"
    targetID="page">
    <tab:TABSEPARATOR
    defaultStyle="height: 5px"/>
    <tab:TAB
    targetID="pgGuideContent" text="Guide Content"/>
    <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    <tab:TAB
    targetID="pgContent" text="Content"/>
    <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    <tab:TAB
    targetID="pgArticleBody" text="Article Body"/>
    <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    <tab:TAB
    targetID="pgContentComp" text="Content Components"/>
    <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    <tab:TAB
    targetID="pgTaxonomy" text="Taxonomy"/>
    <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    <tab:TAB
    targetID="pgRelatedContent" text="Related Content"/>
    <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    <tab:TAB
    targetID="pgSEO" text="SEO"/>
    <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    <tab:TAB
    targetID="pgSave" text="Finish"/>
    <tab:TABSEPARATOR
    defaultStyle="height: 10px"/>
    </tab:TABSTRIP>

    other sections starts like this and there is one page view per tab.

    <multi:MULTIPAGE id="page">
    <multi:pAGEVIEW
    id="pgGuideContent">
    <cma:page>
     
    , Nov 29, 2007
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  2. wrote:
    > I found some HTML that looks like what's below,
    >
    > What kind of CSS tab or other method is this refered to ?
    > I just need something I can google for to get more info so I can
    > understand better what this does.
    >
    > <tab:TABSTRIP id="tab" orientation="vertical" sepDefaultStyle="border-
    > right: 1px solid #333366; font-size: 1px; height: 3px"
    > tabDefaultStyle="background-
    > color: #9999CC; border: 1px solid
    > #333366; color: #333366; padding: 2px 5px; width: 177px"
    > tabHoverStyle="background-
    > color: #CCCCFF; color: #333366"
    > tabSelectedStyle="background-
    > color: #FFFFE0; border-color:
    > #333366; border-right-style: none; color: #333366"
    > targetID="page">


    [...]

    This is not HTML.
     
    Harlan Messinger, Nov 29, 2007
    #2
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  3. mbstevens Guest

    wrote:
    > I found some HTML that looks like what's below,
    >
    > What kind of CSS tab or other method is this refered to ?
    > I just need something I can google for to get more info so I can
    > understand better what this does.
    >
    > <tab:TABSTRIP id="tab" orientation="vertical" sepDefaultStyle="border-
    > right: 1px solid #333366; font-size: 1px; height: 3px"
    > tabDefaultStyle="background-
    > color: #9999CC; border: 1px solid
    > #333366; color: #333366; padding: 2px 5px; width: 177px"
    > tabHoverStyle="background-
    > color: #CCCCFF; color: #333366"
    > tabSelectedStyle="background-
    > color: #FFFFE0; border-color:
    > #333366; border-right-style: none; color: #333366"
    > targetID="page">
    > <tab:TABSEPARATOR
    > defaultStyle="height: 5px"/>
    > <tab:TAB
    > targetID="pgGuideContent" text="Guide Content"/>
    > <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    > <tab:TAB
    > targetID="pgContent" text="Content"/>
    > <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    > <tab:TAB
    > targetID="pgArticleBody" text="Article Body"/>
    > <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    > <tab:TAB
    > targetID="pgContentComp" text="Content Components"/>
    > <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    > <tab:TAB
    > targetID="pgTaxonomy" text="Taxonomy"/>
    > <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    > <tab:TAB
    > targetID="pgRelatedContent" text="Related Content"/>
    > <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    > <tab:TAB
    > targetID="pgSEO" text="SEO"/>
    > <tab:TABSEPARATOR/>
    > <tab:TAB
    > targetID="pgSave" text="Finish"/>
    > <tab:TABSEPARATOR
    > defaultStyle="height: 10px"/>
    > </tab:TABSTRIP>
    >
    > other sections starts like this and there is one page view per tab.
    >
    > <multi:MULTIPAGE id="page">
    > <multi:pAGEVIEW
    > id="pgGuideContent">
    > <cma:page>



    Just google for "<tab:TABSTRIP" and such.
    Immediate results will follow.
     
    mbstevens, Nov 29, 2007
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