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Tomahawk tags are the collection of standard components with extended functionality and supports all the existing JSF components with additional sets of functionality.

Tomahawk Tags

       

 

Tomahawk tags are the collection of standard components with extended functionality and supports all the existing JSF components with additional sets of functionality. Some tomahawk tags are described in the subsequent sections.

  1. Tomahawk document tag
    This tag is used to embed whole document into the jsp page. It is equivalent to the HTML <html> tag. We can use this tag in place of <html> tag in our JSP page. It has only one attribute ?state? that is used to specify the state stored by this component.
      
  2. Tomahawk documentHead tag
    This tag is used to encapsulate the head of the document. It is equivalent to the HTML <head> tag. We can use this tag in place of <head> tag in our JSP page. It has only one attribute ?state? that is used to specify the state stored by this component.

 

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Posted on: October 11, 2010

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