CSS styling for parameter table?

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  1. duane, Member

    Hi again (I'm working on responding to your questions on my other questions too)

    I want to style the parameter table (and containing fields and labels). Right now the only CSS style placement that seems to affect it before the submit button is pressed is in the "Help/JavaScript" field of the report configuration. Is there a better place to put it?

    I've tried:

    1. putting it in a custom theme
    2. using dbr.css
    3. adding !important to the css styles

    So what is the best place to put styles to apply to the parameter table before and after the parameters have been submitted by the user?

  2. myDBR Team, Key Master

    If you want to have generic styles (apply to all reports), use the userstyle.css. For report specific styles, use the Help/JavaScript.

    myDBR Team

  3. duane, Member

    Great - thanks for clarifying. Looks like this is hard-coded.

  4. myDBR Team, Key Master


    myDBR Team

  5. duane, Member

    Hard coded as in I can't see a place I can specify another css file (=different name/location). I just made a backup of it in case I need to revert.

  6. myDBR Team, Key Master

    You made a backup copy of what? What is the "it" you are referring to?

    You can override the default styles in user/userstyle.css.

    myDBR Team


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