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    Andrea Ardovini

    Hello,

    I followed the simple instruction for "1 - Display element B if element A is empty" which is something I wanted to do for a very long time.

    I did a super simple 2 colum table in google Sheet with the student name and the grades

     

    Then added the template as you said

     

    But is not working, this is the result in AwesomeTable:

     

    What I am doing wrong?

    Thanks,

    Andrea

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    Awesome Table

    Hello !

     

    Sorry for the not so quick response.

    I think that your issue comes from a class/id definition.

    In your html no_grades is a class and in your css you write :  ".grades:empty +  #no_grades". It should be ".grades:empty +  .no_grades".

     

    Let me know if that fixed your issue !

    Nicolas

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    Randolph Abelardo (Edited )

    Nice catch, Nicolas !

    It's also great that Andrea tested this because your solution showed that there's a typo in the CSS given - image 1 below.

    Also, the same typo can be found in the Display element B if element A's src is empty CSS - image 2 below

    Hoping that these gets corrected soon. Thanks.

     

    image 1

     

    image 2

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    Awesome Table

    Hi Randolph,

    Thank you, I didn't notice that the issue came from our end ! I just fixed that ! Thank you.

     

    Thank you,

    Nicolas

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