Which template file to edit for table formatting

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Which template file to edit for table formatting

Postby blackguyza » Fri May 19, 2017 3:35 am

Hi,

I am an occasional Joomla user and I would like to edit my table so that my table module can display some lines and some formatting. I have created and installed Artisteer template and it displays my table modules as dull and unformatted rows and columns unlike Beeze3.

I would like to know which file(s) to edit, where and a some hint of what to do.

I am using Joomla 3.7.1.

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Re: Which template file to edit for table formatting

Postby blackguyza » Sat May 20, 2017 7:29 pm

The following is a screenshot of the table using the beez3 template which I want my table to look like: https://ibb.co/jjGcNa

And this is what the table look like currently on my Artisteer template: https://ibb.co/n46NoF

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Re: Which template file to edit for table formatting

Postby sozzled » Sat May 20, 2017 7:33 pm

You can style the table, so that it looks like the one where you see it in Beez3, with CSS. I don't know anything about your website or the Artiseer template you're using and therefore I can't tell you which file you need to edit. My guess, however, would be to find a file in your /templates/<artiseer-template>/css folder (probably called something like "custom.css"). That's a guess.
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