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Add css classes to colModel properties
08/09/2009
17:40
Renso
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being able to add your own css classes to properties in colModel so that they may be styled accordingly.

10/09/2009
03:58
tony
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Hello,

Not sure what you mean – do you mean only for the headers or for both headers and rows

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10/09/2009
07:38
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For rows especially Tony, for example I have a list of contacts with their phone numbers and want to style the phne number column based on a class. Maybe something like:

colModel:[
{name: 'Phone', index: 'Phone', edittype: { classes: ['blurMe','smallFont','blueMe'] }
 
]
 

or maybe the formatter with a custom format function will suffice:

colModel:[

{name: 'Phone', index: 'Phone', formatter: {'classes: ['blurMe','smallFont','blueMe'] } }
 
]

with the fmatter:

  $.fn.fmatter.classes = function (el,cellval, opts) {
        var op = $.extend({},opts.classes);
        if(!isUndefined(opts.colModel.formatoptions)) {
            op = $.extend({},op,opts.colModel.formatoptions);
        }
        if(isEmpty(cellval)) {
            cellval = op.defaultValue || 0;
        }
       $(op.classes).each(function(){
            $(el).addClass(this);
       }
    };

 

11/09/2009
02:58
tony
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Hello,

Thanks.

What about to define this in formatoptions, but in this case we should define formatter. Will think about this.

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Tony

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17/09/2009
06:43
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formatoptions seems the most logical place, thanks heaps.

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