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    Zrs0006

    It would be nice if there was an option to not have the hovering display. Even in the example, it does not make much sense to have a hovering image to display a slightly larger version of those logos. It seems to only make sens on edge cases where you're giving previews of large images. 

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    Awesome Table

    Hello Zrs0006,

    Thank you for your feedback !

    It would indeed be nice to give the opportunity to remove the hover behavior. We will think about adding this in the future. We will notify you when it is done !

    Thank you,

    Nicolas

     

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    Admin

    Hi Nicolas!

    Please do let me know if it is possible to suppress the enlarge on hover feature.

    Many thanks!

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    Awesome Table

    Hi, 

    Indeed it is possible to remove the hover function. But you need to manipulate CSS.

    In your template style, you have to apply this:

    .awt-popup {

    display:none !important;

    }

    Regards,

    Thomas

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    Anthony Devine

    HI! I would like to use CSS to modify how large the images display within the table. I want to have multiple images in one field, and each image have a max-width of 100px or 150px--not sure yet. I have used a simple template to have a wide column for these images (badges for student digital portfolios). But with a wide column, the image (badge) displays to take up all the width of the column. I'd like to be able to do something like:

    .img {

    float:left;

    max-width:100px;

    }

    Adding that to the style section isn't working, of course, because I'm not sure what feeds the image display within the Awesome-Table for the imageType column... any advice?

    FYI: I'm trying to use an Awesome-Table for students at my school to share, view, and give feedback on digital portfolios: bit.ly/ecvshare.

    Thank you,

    Anthony

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    Awesome Table

    Hi Anthony Devine,

    Indeed you can change the width of your images by customising the CSS but it requires knowledge in code. If you want to overwrite the code with your CSS, you need to select the right class. 

    You can select the good class by overwriting it with CSS if you inspect the code and select the good class. 

    Kind regards,
    Thomas