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    mastercs999
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    Hello,

    I am using Blazor Grid. My definition of a column is like this:

    <Column DataField=”@nameof(TransactionRow.Account)” Label=”Account” Class=”xxx” ClassName=”xxx” CellsClassName=”xxx”></Column>

    Yet there is nowhere the xxx CSS class in DOM. It looks like these properties are ignored. Are you sure is it supposed to work? How can I give a class to a column header and column cells? Other properties such as Label, DataType, Width etc are working.

    I am using Smart.Blazor 13.1.29.

    Thank you

    #103226
    admin
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    Hi mastercs999,

    There is an issue with the ClassName and CellsClassName properties. We will do our best to resolve it for the next patch release of Smart.Blazor.

    You can use the following as a workaround:

    smart-grid-column[data-field="FirstName"] { 
      // your CSS goes here.
    }

    Best regards,
    Peter Stoev

    Smart UI Team
    https://www.htmlelements.com/

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    mastercs999
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    Great. Thank you!

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