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Is it possible to style tables in Qlik Sense February 2019 using CSS?

Guys, is it possible to style tables in Qlik Sense February 2019 using CSS?

I can't find anything on this on the documentation. There's a whole section on JSON (https://help.qlik.com/en-US/sense-developer/February2019/Subsystems/Extensions/Content/Sense_Extensi...) but I couldn't find anything about CSS. In JSON I can't see how to change for example the fonts of the tables.

I've tried to use the old themes I developed when using Qlik Sense 3.2 SR5 but they don't work anymore.

Thanks,

Juan

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Re: Is it possible to style tables in Qlik Sense February 2019 using CSS?

Yes, the problem I had was the lack of documentation on how to write that CSS and style the charts.
Finally, what I did was to use the Google Developer (F12 is the shortcut in Google Chrome). In the Developer Tools I was able to find the CSS the app was using by default and I copied it to a text processor to make editions.
As I did not have any documentation, the process was kind of trial and error. But I managed to change the styles of the tables.
Regards.
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Re: Is it possible to style tables in Qlik Sense February 2019 using CSS?

Per what I can see in the help it is possible, I actually have never done it myself.

Please check it here HELP

"A custom theme is a collection of files stored in a folder. It must contain a definition (QEXT) file, a main JSON file, and optionally any other assets you might need to support the custom theme, such as CSS files, custom font files and images."


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Re: Is it possible to style tables in Qlik Sense February 2019 using CSS?

Yes, the problem I had was the lack of documentation on how to write that CSS and style the charts.
Finally, what I did was to use the Google Developer (F12 is the shortcut in Google Chrome). In the Developer Tools I was able to find the CSS the app was using by default and I copied it to a text processor to make editions.
As I did not have any documentation, the process was kind of trial and error. But I managed to change the styles of the tables.
Regards.