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Contributor III
Contributor III

Align title in header of a chart (Qlik Sense)

Hi all,

I'm with problems to find some way to align (to put in a center of the header) the title in a chart.

Is it possible to align? someone could help me?!

awaiting. Thanks.

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Partner - Master II
Partner - Master II

‌titles, subtitle and footnotes in Sense charts are all applied in the same consistent way across all charts to make sure they look good in all responsive environments as such you cannot realign, change font size etc...

Partner - Creator III
Partner - Creator III

Impossible to do, as Andy says. QS is quite strict about the visual design, not allowing much personalization, but ensuring this way that best practices are applied. For example, texts are better read when they are aligned to the left, and therefore QS doesn't allow you to change its position.

It is beneficial in the long run.


As qliksense is for bussines discovery tool as of they have less options compare to kindly dey r doing wit front end visualizations with high level only.

may be in future the options and properties will be more

hope this helps you



Contributor III
Contributor III

Thank you guys for the answers!

And to customize the graphics coding? I read once that qlik sense allow it.

What is the programming language used for this?

Thank you again.

Not applicable

Hi Amanda,

if by graphics you mean visualization objects than there are two choices:

1.Not available yet:

Custom colouring in Sense

2.Editing extensions. Two languages are handy here:


- Java

You can find some handy tips here:

Extension editor ‒ Qlik Sense


Partner - Contributor III
Partner - Contributor III

It can be done within a mashup.

Just add an addition stylesheet or alter the stylesheet of the mashup and add the following:

.qv-object-header {

margin-right: auto;

margin-left: auto;

padding: 0;


.qv-object .qv-object-title {

padding: 0;


.qv-object .qv-object-title.qv-rtl-layout {

padding: 0;