It also allows you to decide what data should be displayed and how to display it by playing with markers.
1 - Create a template sheet
Create a new sheet.
Once your template sheet is created, please rename it with the relevant sheet name.
2 - Structure your template sheet
As for your data sheet, your template sheet has to follow specific rules to be configured correctly. Your template sheet can contain multiple components depending on the title used as a header in the first row.
Here are the different components you can use in your template sheet:
|Type of column||Description|
The HTML code allows you to change the layout and the way to present your data. It is possible to use pure HTML or combine the HTML code with markers to display the content of a column of data from your data source.
The CSS code contained in this column allows you to customize and modify the style of your Awesome Table views like the colors, sizes, fonts, and backgrounds.
Your header will be displayed at the top of your view as a title. There is just a need to have an empty header in your column to specify that it will be the header of your view.
In this column, you will also be able to import libraries and fonts.
3 - Link your template sheet to your view
Open your view in edit mode. Go to ADVANCED PARAMETERS > Templates range then enter your template's location with this format: