For properties like it pays to check the item help for examples.
Here you only need to include the address
Likewise in your template - instead of placing your HTML manually within the header, it pays to scroll further down and include it in the dedicated CSS section - File URLs or Inline.
Well, i did check and tried your suggestion. It does not work. Complementary, this is the content of my css file:
In the beginning i used it at every page where i had an interactive report. Then i leveraged it by putting it into a css file, loaded into APEX and referenced it at the Template level (One Level Tabs - No Sidebar).
I am just thinking if i could leave the template intact and put this css file at the application level, but apparently it seems not working.
When i do that, at page source it seems there is nothing included related with that css, either by the above content or reference to the name of the css file.
It seems for some reason, it ignores what is put in Application Properties section!
Any idea why, or how to overcome this ?
Did you update the relevant page template? Do all your pages use "No sidebar" ?
Perhaps try recreate the issue on apex.oracle.com
Yes, i did update the relevant page template and all pages except Login use the "No sidebar" template.
did u ur try putting the raw CSS into the inline section of the page property? As a quick check to see the effect it had on your interactive report?.
Yes, when i put it on the Page property in the inline section it works like a charm.
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I just remembered, the CSS only applys to the page that appears when the relevant UI to display could not be determined.
From the item help:
Enter CSS file URLs for stylesheets that should be loaded when Application Express displays the available user interfaces, when automatic detection fails.
This allows you to dress up the page.
Your CSS belongs in the page template.
I am not sure i understand your answer. I did tried to put the css into the Page Template.
I just put it in a css file, loaded in Shared Components / Files / Cascading Style Sheets and put the reference of this file in Page Template as i described above/
Perhaps i am missing something.
I finally made it working.
As strange as it would be, it was because of Firefox, memory corruption and crashing.
After a restart, it worked again. It seems this to happen in Firefox when it has memory corruption or any other limited memory problems.
But to be honest this does not explain why it did work when i put it in the actual Page and not when only in the Template.
Originally you mentioned you attempted to put it under User Interface section, hence my last post.
Without seeing what you're doing (on apex.oracle.com) I'm not sure I can comment further.