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The Web Engine uses for-each loops to iterate through each level of a customizable product. At each level, it determines what items occupy that level and what Web template to use for displaying the items. When you modify a Web template and assign it to group member, the template is used to control the display of all the group member's items. For example, if you assign a radio button control template to a relationship containing five items. The control template is used to define how each of the five items displays. Thus, if you have inserted a UI property variable in the radio button control template, then you must define a UI property for all five items.
For example, you have assigned a radio button control to Relationship A in the Product UI Designer. You have inserted the UI property variable ".DisplayChange" into the radio button template. Relationship A contains five items. You want to change the display of Item A to bold. You must define a UI property for all five items:
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