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<h:message for="email" />
<h:commandButton id="register" value="Register"
action="confirmation" />
The following screenshot illustrates how our page will be rendered at runtime:
All JSF input fields must be inside an <h:form> tag. The <h:panelGrid> tag helps us
to easily lay out JSF tags in our page. It can be thought of as a grid where other JSF
tags will be placed. The columns attribute of the <h:panelGrid> tag indicates how
many columns the grid will have; each JSF component inside the <h:panelGrid>
component will be placed in an individual cell of the grid. When the number of
components matching the value of the columns attribute (3 in our example) has
been placed inside <h:panelGrid> , a new row is automatically started.
The following table illustrates how tags are laid out inside an <h:panelGrid> tag:
First tag
Second tag
Third tag
Fourth tag
Fifth tag
Sixth tag
Seventh tag
Eighth tag
Ninth tag
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