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Changing default style of <s:actionerror/> / <s:actionmessage/> tag

In struts 2 when you put <s:actionerror /> tag it displays the errors in the following way:
<ul>
<li>error 1</li>
<li>error 2</li>
</ul>
But sometimes it seems to be very ugly when displaying the dot (.) in the action errors or action messages Below is a normal code that displays the tags in your customized way. You can specify your own css for this
<s:if test="hasActionErrors()">
<s:iterator value="actionErrors">
<span class="errorMessage"><s:property escape="false" />
</span>
</s:iterator>
</s:if>
Alternatively you can change the file in the "/template/simple/actionerror.ftl” and put it in the /web-directory/struts/simple if using simple theme Similar for <s:actionmessage /> tag. Enjoy Struts

Comments

  1. Hi ,
    im getting blank page if i deployed and executed the first sample,im new to struts2 ,i dont know how to run the sample

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  2. Hi Vinod,

    This is very useful programming tip. Thank you.

    Regards,
    Srinivas

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  3. Yes it works fine.

    Very good idea, I was exactly seeking for the same stuff.

    thanks Vinod

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  4. THANK YOU SO MUCH!!!

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  5. Thanks Vinod. You are the man.. Keep it up

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  6. Thanks! The tip was very useful.

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  7. Thanks Vinod
    Very much

    It is working fine for me

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  8. Thanks for the snippet, Vinod

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  9. Thank you very much ,you saved a lot of time

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