Conditional Formating with bigger or smaller as value

QuestionsConditional Formating with bigger or smaller as value
Mario asked 6 years ago


is it possible using Conditional Formating with a bigger or smaller as value linke < or >
I want to filter values smaller than 0 (for a stock-management)

What is working like:

f["op"] = "cn";
f["value"] = "-";

best regards,

3 Answers
Abu Ghufran answered 6 years ago

Refer demos/appear/conditional-format.php

$f = array();
$f["column"] = "id";
$f["op"] = ">";
$f["value"] = "12";
$f["cellcss"] = "'background-color':'red'";
$f_conditions[] = $f;

Mario answered 5 years ago


is it possible to set a css-value (not on database) like

$f = array();
$f["column"] = "name";
$f["op"] = "cn";
$f["value"] = "f";
$f["css"] = "'before':'Dear Mrs.'";
$f_conditions[] = $f;

$f = array();
$f["column"] = "name";
$f["op"] = "cn";
$f["value"] = "m";
$f["css"] = "'before':'Dear Mr.'";
$f_conditions[] = $f;

… or is there another way to do this. It should not be set in database, its only for makeing the grid better readable.

Best regards,

Abu Ghufran answered 5 years ago

You can append string using on_render event handler (in php).
Refer demos/editing/custom-events.php

It would be something like:
function filter_display($data)
foreach($data["params"] as &$d)
if (strstr("m",$d["name"]))
$d["name"] = "Dear Mr.".$d["name"];
else if (strstr("f",$d["name"]))
$d["name"] = "Dear Mrs.".$d["name"];

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