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Formatting column headers
21/05/2013
23:24
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Can the column headers be formatted, i.e. using a different font, font size, or by boldfacing the font?

If so, how?  I thought setCols might do it, but I don't believe it will.  

The jqGrid I have is a static grid (no sorting).

22/05/2013
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Just paste the following in your CSS:

#YOUR-TABLE-ID {

font: 1.2em Arial,Tahoma,Serif;

}

th{

font-size: 16px  Arial,Tahoma,Serif;

}

22/05/2013
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Hello,

I recommend you to look at documentaion - jqGrid methods.

There is a special method for this purpose.

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22/05/2013
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tony said:

Hello,

I recommend you to look at documentaion - jqGrid methods.

There is a special method for this purpose.

Regards


Thank you Tony.  BTW - great product.  Slick & fast.

The method you refer to - is it the setLabel method?  (That is what I meant to put in my initial post). If so, I haven't (yet) found examples of setting it (syntax required, etc).  

If not, which method are you referring to?

22/05/2013
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Hello,

I mean the same method. But, why do you not try it?

Trying this will lost you a minute and is not painful ;-)

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22/05/2013
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I mean the same method. But, why do you not try it?

Trying this will lost you a minute and is not painful ;-)


I'm not objecting to trying it - in fact, I already have.  Without an example of how it can be used, I'm just guessing.  

I've tried:

$("#myGrid").setLabel("Destination","Destination",{"font":"bold"});

$("#myGrid").setLabel("Send Time","Send Time",{"font":"bold"});

but it bolds the first one (in IE only) & doesn't bold the second one.  In firefox, none are bold.

I have this in the loadComplete event function, where I alternate the colors of the rows (which sort of works - even though I have "odd" selected, row # 2,4,6,8 are the ones that are numbered).

Using jqGrid 4.5.2 also.

Does colname in the setLabel method need to match what is specified in the colNames array? Or does it need to match the name field in the colModel array?  

Can it be in the loadComplete event, or should it reside elsewhere?  

My apologies for being thick.  

Thanks!

22/05/2013
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Hello,

Ok. It seems the docs are not clear ( I have fixed this). With colName we mean name from colModel.

The method can be put in loadComplete or it will work after the grid is created an put it wher you want.

Note that this method work for the label of the grid header and not for the rows.

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22/05/2013
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Ok. It seems the docs are not clear ( I have fixed this). With colName we mean name from colModel.

The method can be put in loadComplete or it will work after the grid is created an put it wher you want.

Note that this method work for the label of the grid header and not for the rows.


Thank you for clarifying things in the docs & eliminating some of the (bad) guesswork on my part!

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