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Using panel id to change background color of panel

wu_weidong
Path Finder

I'm looking at the answers provided from the links 1 and 2 at the bottom of this page, and they both mention using panel id to specify the background color of a panel. I have 5 panels in all, and I was able to change the background color of the 5 panels with the code below.

 <row depends="$STYLES$">
     <panel>
       <html>
         <style>
           #panel_section1 .dashboard-panel {
             background:green !important;
           }
           #panel_section2 .dashboard-panel {
             background:green !important;
           }
           #panel_section3 .dashboard-panel {
             background:green !important;
           }
           #panel_section4 .dashboard-panel {
             background:green !important;
           }
           #panel_section5 .dashboard-panel {
             background:green !important;
           }
         </style>
       </html>
     </panel>
   </row>
 ...
<row>
 <panel id="panel_section1">
   ...
 </panel>
</row>
<row>
 <panel id="panel_section2">
   ...
 </panel>
</row>

(3 more times for section3 to section5).

My question is I wanted the same style for all my panels, i.e. background is green. Do I really have to repeat the code 5 times for 5 panels? I tried the code below and it did not work.

<style>
    #panel_section1 #panel_section2 #panel_section3 #panel_section4 #panel_section5 .dashboard-panel {
      background:green !important;
  }
<style>

I also tried the code below, i.e. only have 1 <style> block and set all my panels to the same id, but got the error that there was duplicate panel id.

<style>
    #panel_section1 .dashboard-panel {
      background:green !important;
  }
<style>
...
<row>
 <panel id="panel_section1">
   ...
 </panel>
</row>
<row>
 <panel id="panel_section1">
   ...
 </panel>
</row>

I'm just wondering if there is a shorter and less repetitive way to do this.

0 Karma
1 Solution

vnravikumar
Champion

Hi

Try like

 #panel_section1 .dashboard-panel,#panel_section2 .dashboard-panel {
              background:green !important;
            }

OR

<style>
            [id^="panel_section"] .dashboard-panel {
              background:green !important;
            }

          </style>

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vnravikumar
Champion

Hi

Try like

 #panel_section1 .dashboard-panel,#panel_section2 .dashboard-panel {
              background:green !important;
            }

OR

<style>
            [id^="panel_section"] .dashboard-panel {
              background:green !important;
            }

          </style>

wu_weidong
Path Finder

Thanks! This worked.

0 Karma
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