[openstack-dev] [horizon] Set CSS style for each cell in Datatable according to the value

Itxaka Serrano Garcia itxaka at redhat.com
Thu Apr 14 09:44:02 UTC 2016

If Im reading the correct correctly, you can provide on your Table class 
in the Meta, a cell_class.

So you could create your custom Cell class that inherits from the normal 
Cell class (from horizon.tables.base import Cell), and based on the 
data, change the css before rendering?

On 04/14/2016 10:44 AM, 严超 wrote:
> Hi, Everyone:
>      Is there a possible way to set CSS style for*each cell* in
> *DataTable* according to the value of the cell ? For example, if the
> cell value is *'available' *then the css should display a *green icon*
> as well, else if the cell value is *'error'* the the css should display
> a *red icon*.
>      What I found is horizon.tables*.*Columnoption:
> classes<http://docs.openstack.org/developer/horizon/ref/tables.html#horizon.tables.Column.classes>
>          An iterable of CSS classes which should be added to this
>     column.                     Example: classes=('foo', 'bar').
>      But this sets all the column cell style.
>      Is there a possible way to set CSS style for* each cell respectively?*
>      I'm very grateful for answering.
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