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Including Clientlibs for AMP pages in HTL AEM

velmuruganv38
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Hi All,

We have AMP pages which includes clientlib as like in non-amp page.  We are using data-sly-call to include the css of the clientlibs.  But it's generating the css file as a link in the html at the run time.  So the page is getting failed in the AMP page test.  Is there any other way to include our clientlibs instead of link in HTL.

<sly data-sly-call="${clientLib.css @ categories='myclientlib.category'}"></sly>

is generating below link for the css,

<link rel="stylesheet" href="path/to/css/file.css" type="text/css">

But I need to include/embed the css in html itself.  Is there any way to do that in HTL or using sling?

Thanks,

Velu

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velmuruganv38
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Level 2
Level 2

Hi Jörg Hoh

Sure I will raise issue there.

As of now I have customized cq:includeClientLib tag and included in jsp file. Then I have included the jsp to HTL.

Thanks,

Velu

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Jörg_Hoh
Employee
Employee

I don't think that the clientlib statements can include the clientlins inline into the (HTML-) page.

But I could imagine that this could be a good addon to ACS AEM Commons. ... maybe you want to post your request there [1] and ask if someone would work on it. You should also open a Adobe support ticket for this (new) feature.

Jörg

[1] Issues · Adobe-Consulting-Services/acs-aem-commons · GitHub

velmuruganv38
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Level 2

Hi Jörg Hoh

Sure I will raise issue there.

As of now I have customized cq:includeClientLib tag and included in jsp file. Then I have included the jsp to HTL.

Thanks,

Velu

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