My usecase is that the design of the templates is being done
independently, at the time being. So I'd like to avoid any possible
conflict.Anyway, I would expect that any additional class used
internally by the software, not customizable, use a namespace to avoid
conflicts with an already existing css (especially with a common name
such as "section"). It's awful that it uses "section" instead of
"cq-section" or "aem-section".
Hello,to customize the wrapper element of a component (the one which AEM
automatically adds) I'm adding the node "cq:htmlTag", with the following
properties:cq:tagName = divclass = thumbnailWith this setting, in the
html output of the component I see ....
How can I say to AEM to not write the class "section"?Thanks!
The question, in general, would be: for security reasons, we have on
Publisher instance an ACL denying read access to everyone to /libs
folder. If I want to use a clientlib located under /libs I cannot insert
it just as a dependency of my own clientlib (located under /etc) because
the user won't have access to it, so what's the best practice to use
these clientlibs?My use case is that my clientlib has as dependency
"personalization.core.kernel" because I want to leverage CQ_Analytics on
Properties are:- active = true- editorType = text- configPath =
../../dialog/items/tab1/items/textPlease find attached the screenshots
of the component before editing and while editing. As you can see the
inplace editor is replacing my component.Thanks
Hi all,I have a component with an inplaceEditing configuration which can
now be edited in Touch UI through the RTE.This component has a specific
layout, with an image on the background and the text on the right. When
I lazy double click the component to enter in the inplace editing, the
component is being hidden and the IPE is replacing the component. When I
finish editing and I click outside, then the component is back in screen
with the text updates.I would like to have the IPE in a specific ...