Related table


Posted by Sonoma - Feb 8 ’17 at 05:18


How do I set the back ground color of a single column. Without the id I can't seem to isolate the column.  I did try to do it by the table ID itself but no luck. Thanks.




$.each( $("[id*={366BE707-20E1-4D05-A9D8-1A2B4AE91F74}-{D3158B9E-C845-481E-A84C-1C0169C429B6}]") , function () {




  • Dmitry Kozlov
    Dmitry Kozlov
    Member for: 8 years 2 months 9 days
    #1 by Dmitry Kozlov Feb 9 ’17 at 10:09


    Assign a CSS class, say, 'related-items' to the Related Items control and insert the following code into CSS-editor:

    .related-items > tbody > tr > td:nth-child(3) {
      background: red;
  • Sonoma
    Member for: 7 years 2 months 5 days
    #2 by Sonoma Feb 9 ’17 at 10:58

    Awesome. I forgot I could append via adding the Layout -> css Class -> related-items

    This in conjuction with this to rename my headers

    $.each( $("[id*=OPTDD1]") , function () {

    $(this).closest('th').html("<center>Diagnosis/recurrence<br />date of other<br />primary cancer(s):</center>");



    $.each( $("[id*=OPTDD2]") , function () {

    $(this).closest('th').html("<center>Diagnosis/recurrence<br />date of other<br />primary cancer(s):</center>");


    $.each( $("[id*=OPTDD3]") , function () {

    $(this).closest('th').html("<center>Diagnosis/recurrence<br />date of other<br />primary cancer(s):</center>");


    I can rely only on this tool and lose the KwizCom repeating rows control.


    Maybe in the future we will have this capability with in the Forms Designer tool enabling us to change html headers in the with the area containing the TITLE -> Value.

    Maybe TITLE - DisplayName with ... to allow HTML syntax to allow something like this

    <center><b>Other Primary Cancer</b></CENTER><br />

    Time frame: From <B>90 days prior to the index date</B> through the end of the third progression-based line of therapy, or through<br />

    the end of the record, whichever occurs first.


    We have many custom headers which I change with JQuery. It works but lots of code to keep up with.



    Thank you.


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