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  8. Tomahawk Property Inspectors
  9. Tomahawk Tag Reference
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9. Tomahawk Tag Reference

Documentation > Tomahawk > Tomahawk Tag Reference > Tomahawk Tag Library > t:stylesheet

t:stylesheet

<p>The <t:stylesheet> tag renders an HTML link element pointing to a cascading style sheet file. It can also display the contents of the CSS file as a style element when the "inline" attribute is true.</p>

Example

<t:stylesheet> </t:stylesheet> 

Tag Attributes

binding Expression
 
The value-binding expression linking this component tag to a backing bean property.
enabledOnUserRole Text
 
The enabledOnUserRole attribute determines if this component will be rendered normally or not depending on the user's roles.
filtered Text
 
Cause EL expressions in the stylesheet to be evaluated. <p> When true, any EL expression in the stylesheet will be evaluated and replaced by its string representation on the first access. The stylesheet will be processed only once. Every subsequent request will get a cached view. </p>
id Text
 
The unique identifier value for this component. The value must be unique within the closest naming container.
inline Text
 
The inline attribute expects a boolean value that, when true, causes the stylesheet contents to be displayed as an HTML style element rather than as an HTML link element pointing to an external stylesheet.
media Text
 
The media attribute specifies the media type for the stylesheet to be rendered.
path Text
Required
The path attribute specifies the path to the stylesheet to be rendered.
rendered Text
 
A value-binding expression that evaluates to a Boolean condition indicating if this component should be rendered.
visibleOnUserRole Text
 
The visibleOnUserRole attribute determines if this component will be visible or not depending on the user's roles.