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Visualforce relates to questions where the Visualforce language or framework are concerned. This is primarily VF pages, components, PDF rendering, and email templates. This would only cross-over to Lightning where Lightning Out (Lightning for VF) or VF pages using SLDS or being used in LEX. Where a question relates to Apex invoked as part of a VF page, this tag would also be appropriate.

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This is caused by the <br/> tags after each apex:outputpanel instead of within the outputpanel. So they basically are always being rendered which is why you have the extra line break. <apex:outputpan …
answered Jan 25 '18 by Bob Lopez
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If you are using apex:dataTable then you can pre-sort the data in your SOQL query. See here for an example of using apex:dataTable: https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.pages.meta/pages/p …
answered Feb 7 '17 by Bob Lopez
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You cannot override a Tab with a VF page that uses a Standard Controller. You can however use the Standard List Controller, a Custom Controller, or no Controller. More info here on overriding tabs wi …
answered Feb 9 '17 by Bob Lopez
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) { // Get DOM IDs for HTML and Visualforce elements like this document.getElementById('remoteAcctId').innerHTML = result.Id document.getElementById …
answered Feb 10 '17 by Bob Lopez
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The User object does not support Related Lists, so this is not possible using apex:relatedList. As a side note, when you are using apex:relatedList with Custom Relationships, you need to include __r …
answered Jan 10 '18 by Bob Lopez