Ability to customize?

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    Randolph Abelardo

    Hi @Stephen.

    I've taken care of the row padding and pagination concerns. You can replicate the demo-view I made by clicking the USE TEMPLATE button at the top-right.

    As for:
    We also want to make sure we can control how it looks in mobile, as currently there's no padding at left and right of the table on mobile.

    - This is gonna be challenging. You can learn more about it in our Troubleshooting Article on What's causing my Table view not to display entirely on smaller (mobile) devices?

    Hope this helps.


    - Randy

     

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    Stephen Soroka

    Hi Randy,

    Wow, thank you so much! The updated view looks great. For clarity, could you please confirm how you were able to accomplish this? Is this just controlled via the new "template" sheet with the <style> code? The reason I ask is that this will be for one of our clients to use going forward. We're going to ask that they create the data they want to display in a Google sheet and then we're going to bring it into Awesome Table and then embed it on their site. I'd just like to confirm how we will be able to tweak the display of the Google Sheets they provide via Awesome Table. 

     

    Thanks again,
    Steve

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    Randolph Abelardo

    My pleasure, @Stephen :) 

    That's correct. All the specifications you asked for were entered in the CSS Template <style>. 
    The methods I used are all explained in that article.

    Let me also invite you to read our primer on Getting Started with Awesome Table.
    We rely on HTML & CSS to lay out and customize elements needed for our view.
    Basic knowledge of these topics would come in handy.


    - Randy

     

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