Hi,

I have some grids in my application, some of which I've set as non-editable for the whole grid and some are editable at grid level but individual items are non-editable; the functionality works just fine, however, the visual appearance for a non-editable item is different to that of an editable item. This is OK for some situations but for others I want to ensure the visual appearance of the non-editable items remains the same as the editable items, specifically as it relates to the alternate row colour.

Can this be done in FS?

Thanks,

Craig

asked 10 May '13, 12:53

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Hi Craig,

Again, CSS to the rescue... Just set a styleclass like styleClass="myGridStyle" on the grid. Using the CSS style class, you can overrule any styling on the grids that use the style.

For example setting the backgroundcolor to white for a grid that has editable="N", just set this in your custom CSS.

.myGridStyle  .bdf-grid-cell-neutral {
    background-color: white !important;       
}

If you also want the rest of the grid background color (where no rows are displayed) to be white, just add:

.myGridStyle  .bdf-grid-scroller {
    background-color: white !important;       
}

The only limit is your imagination :)

Best,
Michiel

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answered 12 May '13, 07:01

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Michiel A
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edited 12 May '13, 07:02

Hi Michiel,

I should have guessed that the solution would be CSS :)

Thanks, I will give it a try now.

Craig.

(12 May '13, 08:13) Craig
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