You've seen how easy it is to add CSS to your Awesome Table template (within Google Sheets). An alternative to this is adding a custom CSS file. You can also use this method to add an external CSS library (like Materializecss or Pure.CSS for example).
not_interested CSS files must not be hosted on Google Drive as it will not be loaded inside the Awesome Table app. Google Drive is not meant to store content for web pages (including text files for CSS). You can upload your CSS file to free hosting sites like Github, Netlify, or Weebly, to name a few.
For this example, we are going to use an external CSS file hosted in GitHub Pages.
warning GitHub Pages usage is beyond Awesome Table's scope of support. We suggest reaching out directly to their official Online Help and Support Site for your GitHub Pages related concerns.
1. Copy the direct CSS url generated once the CSS file is uploaded (or created in GitHub). In our example, the direct CSS url is: https://darny.github.io/csstemplate/style.css.
2. Go to the Awesome Table sidebar menu, click Formatting.
3. Then paste your direct url link in the Custom CSS url field.
4. Finally, click Update app.