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PIVOT is possible to resize columns?


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On 10/20/2021 at 11:10 AM, CoopperBackpack said:

Hello @innov2e,

You may try to use CSS in the DataPage Header, select first two columns and specify the width for them.

For example:

<style>
  
tr th:nth-child(-n + 2),
tr td:nth-child(-n + 2) {
width: 50px !important;
}
  
</style>

Please disable the HTML editor on the Advanced tab before pasting these CSS properties. 

Pheraps I miss some CSS knwoledge, it doesn't work. What do you mean for "select first two columns"?  This will be independet from Field Size specified into Datapage?

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Hello @innov2e,

I meant that these selectors retrieve the first and the second field of the Pivot table DataPage:

tr th:nth-child(-n + 2), tr td:nth-child(-n + 2)

And then we can apply the width we want, in my example it is 50 pixels, of course you may specify the width you need. 

For example, initially I have this layout:

KqNci7l.png

When I added the styles to the Header section, I received the following layout:

IQC9FBA.png

Is it the expected result? 

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5 hours ago, CoopperBackpack said:

Hello @innov2e,

I meant that these selectors retrieve the first and the second field of the Pivot table DataPage:

tr th:nth-child(-n + 2), tr td:nth-child(-n + 2)

And then we can apply the width we want, in my example it is 50 pixels, of course you may specify the width you need. 

For example, initially I have this layout:

KqNci7l.png

When I added the styles to the Header section, I received the following layout:

IQC9FBA.png

Is it the expected result? 

exactly I go to try it

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