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Skin form — Components tab — Layouts — Trees and tables - General tab

These styles apply to the column and row headers in a table, tree, or tree table layout. You can specify text, background, and border styling, as well as icons that indicate column sorting, filtering, and row handles.

A preview of the currently selected format displays to the right. You can also preview formats by clicking Actions Launch in the toolbar and then choosing one of the following options: Run Process, Open Portal, Harness Preview, UI Gallery Preview, or Skin Preview.

Use same formatting for column and row header Applies the settings to column and row headers. Clear this check box if you want define different styles for row and column headers. Additional fields, Text, Border, and Background appear.

Column, row, and category headings

Set the text, border, and background for the column, row, and category headings.

Text

Use default text for this format Select to use the default text specified in the Default text area on the General tab. See
Use mixin
Mixin overrides
Click Add mixin override to override a style that is set by the mixin:
Font
Select the font family. The font family defaults to (use overall), which is the font that you specified in the Overall Font field at the top of the Mixins tab.
Font Size
Select the font size in pixels (px), points (pts), em (the current font size), or percentage (%).
Color
Enter a hexadecimal value (such as #3d3d3d), or click the box next to the field to choose a color.
Font Weight
Select a font weight from the list.
Text Decoration
Select a text decoration option from the list. For example: Underline. A blank selection indicates that no additional attributes are applied.
Transform Text
Select a text transformation option from the list. Ffor example: Lowercase. A blank selection indicates that no additional attributes are applied.
Additional styles
You can apply additional styles, specific to styling the text for this element, by specifying a CSS attribute and value. You must specify a CSS attribute that is related to text styles. Click Add additional styles to define another CSS attribute-value pair.
Specify styles Select to define a custom style for text in the action area header.
Font
Select the font family. The font family defaults to (use overall) , which is the font that you specified in the Overall Font field at the top of the Mixins tab.
Font Size
Select the font size in pixels (px), points (pts), em (the current font size), or percentage (%).
Color
Enter a hexadecimal value (such as #3d3d3d), or click the box next to the field to choose a color.
Font Weight
Select a font weight from the list.
Text Decoration
Select a text decoration option from the list, for example, Underline. The blank selection is the default selection for backward compatibility and indicates that no additional attributes are applied.
Transform Text
Select a text transformation option from the list, for example, Lowercase. The blank selection is the default selection for backward compatibility and indicates that no additional attributes are applied.
  • Additional styles — Apply additional styles, specific to styling the text for this element, by specifying a CSS attribute and value. You must specify a CSS attribute that is related to text styles. Click Add additional styles to define another CSS attribute-value pair.

Borders

Applies to the bottom border of the header.

Use default border for this grid format Select to use the default border specified in the Default text area on the General tab.
Use mixin

If desired, you can specify the Top , Left , Right , or Bottom border as none, solid, dashed, or dotted, rather than inheriting the style from the selected mixin.

Specify styles

You can specify a custom border by selecting or clearing the Apply to all sides check box:

  • When selected, you can choose the same border style, pixel width, and color for the top, right, bottom, and left borders.
  • When cleared, you can choose a border style, pixel width, and color for the top, right, bottom, and left borders individually.

The following border styles are available:

  • none
  • solid
  • dashed
  • dotted

Background

Applies to the column header. Also applies to the first column on the left in the Default grid format.

The image in the first column on the left is the Row Handle Image specified in the Headers area on the Rows tab.

Use default background for this grid format Select to use the default background specified in the Default text area on the General tab.
Use mixin

Under Mixin overrides, you can specify the Top , Left , Right , or Bottom border as none, solid, dashed, or dotted, rather than inheriting the style from the selected mixin.

Specify styles Select this check box to define a custom background:

Select the background Type:

none
Indicates no background color, similar to setting a transparent background.
solid
Enter a hexadecimal value (such as #3d3d3d), or click the box next to the Color field to choose a color.
gradient
Select the Direction in which you want to blend the background colors (horizontal or vertical. Specify the Start and Stop colors of the gradient. Specify a Backup color, in the event that the browser cannot render the gradient.
image
Select a background image by specifying the following options:
Background color
To use the background color specified in a mixin, choose obtained from mixin and then click the gear icon to select the mixin. Alternatively, you can select custom color and enter the CSS hexadecimal value or click the box next to the field to choose a color.
Location
Enter the location of the file, including the relative path. For example, images/AlphaCorpLogo.png.
Tile
Specify tile settings for the image.
  • If you want to use a single image, select None.
  • If you want a row of images in the background, select Horizontal.
  • If you want a column of images in the background, select Vertical.
  • If you want rows and columns containing the image in the background, select Both.
Position
Specify the placement of the starting tiled image, for example: top left.
Additional styles
You can apply additional styles, specific to styling the text for this element, by specifying a CSS attribute and value. You must specify a CSS attribute that is related to background styles. Click Add additional styles to define another CSS attribute-value pair.

Column headings focus

You can set text, border, and background options to bring focus to a table column heading (also known as a grid heading).

  • Text – Use the default text for this format, use a mixin, or specify the styling by selecting a font, font size, fornt weight, and so on.
  • Border – Use the default border for this format, use a mixin, or specify the styling by selecting which sides have borders and selecting the border style.
  • Background – Use the default background for this format, use a mixin, or specify the styling by selecting the background type and color.

For detailed guidance, see the option descriptions in the preceding section, Column and row headings.

Icon: Sorting

Indicate the current sort state of the column to the user. The user sees these icons only if sorting is enabled (the Sorting check box is selected) in the layout's repeating area Cell Properties panel.

Ascending

Descending

Enter the location of the file, including the relative path. For example, images/AlphaCorpLogo.png.

To search for an image, click the Show Image Viewer icon to open the Image Catalog tool. Enter any portion of a file name (relative path, file name, or extension) in the Search box, and click Find. If you can’t find the image, make sure it is in the webwb directory.

Icon: Filtering

Specify images to indicate if a filter is applied to a column.

Unfiltered Specify an image to indicate that a filter is not applied to the column.

Enter the location of the file, including the relative path. For example, images/AlphaCorpLogo.png.

To search for an image, click the Gear icon to open the Image Catalog tool. Enter any portion of a file name (relative path, file name, or extension) in the Search box, and click Find. If you can’t find the image, make sure it is in the webwb directory.

Filtered Specify an image to indicate that a filter is applied to the column.

Enter the location of the file, including the relative path. For example, images/AlphaCorpLogo.png.

To search for an image, click the Show Image Viewer icon to open the Image Catalog tool. Enter any portion of a file name (relative path, file name, or extension) in the Search box, and click Find. If you can’t find the image, make sure it is in the webwb directory.

Left Border Specify a left border for the filter indicator. Select solid, dashed or dotted and specify the pixel width and color. If you do not want a border to the left of the filter indicator, select none.

Icon: Row handle

Row Handle Image Specify the location of the file, including the relative path. For example, images/AlphaCorpLogo.png.

To search for an image, click the Show Image Viewer icon to open the Image Catalog tool. Enter any portion of a file name (relative path, file name, or extension) in the Search box, and click Find. If you can’t find the image, make sure it is in the webwb directory.

  • grid

    Help users access and compare data with table layouts. Use tables in your applications as a flexible basis for users to process large amounts of information. For example, tables in a price comparison application can help users efficiently identify the best offer.

  • tree grid

    A tree layout allows users to view, navigate, and access the properties in pages in an embedded Page List property. The user can quickly expand and collapse branches of the tree to find entries of current interest.

  • Creating a hierarchical table layout

    Help users access and compare nested data with a Hierarchical table layout. Hierarchical table layouts support expandable rows, which can provide you with a more compact view of your data.

  • Component styles (custom style formats)

    Use the Component styles tab to define the presentation of components by creating custom style formats. After you define style formats, reference them on property panes for sections, harnesses, and controls.

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