import css files maven resources with jsf

How to Import CSS Files Maven Resources with JSF

If you're working with JSF and you want to import CSS files from Maven resources, you can follow the below steps:

1. Add Maven Dependency for JSF API and Implementation

You need to add Maven dependencies for JSF API and Implementation in your project's pom.xml file. Here's a sample dependency:


2. Create a CSS Folder in src/main/resources

You need to create a folder named "css" in src/main/resources directory of your project. This folder will contain all your CSS files.

3. Add Your CSS Files to the CSS Folder

You need to add your CSS files to the "css" folder you just created. Here's an example CSS file:

body {
    background-color: #f1f1f1;
h1 {
    color: blue;

4. Import CSS File in Your JSF Page

You can import the CSS file in your JSF page using the below code:

    <link rel="stylesheet" type="text/css" href="#{resource['css/style.css']}" />

Here, "css/style.css" is the path of your CSS file in the resources folder. You can replace it with your file name and path.

5. Alternative Way to Import CSS Files in JSF

You can also use the below code to import CSS files in your JSF page:

<h:outputStylesheet library="css" name="style.css" />

Here, "css" is the name of the folder containing your CSS file and "style.css" is the name of your CSS file.

That's it! You have successfully imported CSS files from Maven resources with JSF!

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