Hi,

As per Michiel's suggestion in a previous post, I'm using some custom CSS for my non-editable grid as follows...

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

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

However, I can't seem to figure out exactly what CSS I need to use to "stripe" my non-editable grid.

Any ideas?

Thanks,

Craig.

asked 13 May '13, 07:54

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Hi Craig,

This should work:

.myGridStyle  .bdf-grid-cell-neutral {
    background-color: White;       
}

.myGridStyle  .x-grid3-row-alt .x-grid3-cell-inner {
    background-color: Red;
}

.myGridStyle  .bdf-grid-scroller {
    background-color: White;
}

You can leave off the !important, it is not needed.

Best, Michiel

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answered 13 May '13, 09:22

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Michiel A
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Hi Michiel,

That works perfectly - thanks :)

CSS is not something I'm hugely familiar with to be honest, I've only ever really tweaked it a little here and there so I don't really know what I'm looking for when reading it and I've never really had time to learn it; is there is any documentation about the FS CSS that can help me understand it a little better?

Thanks,

Craig.

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answered 13 May '13, 10:04

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Hi Craig,

There is no documentation about the FS CSS that i know of. I use the Firebug plugin in Firefox all the time to find the parts of CSS that i want to modify. But you will need a bit of CSS basics to really set things to your liking.

If you can't find it, just ask here. I have a made customizations to most of the components in my theme, so probably can help you out. Otherwise there are the guys form the Formspider team that are always willing to help out as well.

(13 May '13, 10:23) Michiel A
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