# Generated Css Requests

1. ##### Steve
1871 posts
Member since:
Dec 2008

Posted 08 May 2012 Link to this post

1. Can you put the status (lower-case replace spaces with dashes) of the item onto the <tr> which wraps each item?  I want to be able to style the state of each item.  Like for example I could put a simple line of CSS to hide voting if it's complete (for example)
2. Can you re-work the generated markup a bit?  I'm having issues making it look like this.  Like I want to have it stop being a 960px constrained box in the center, to having the header, search box be the full page width, then center the content inside of those to that 960px width.  So I can get close, but I cant seem to style the nav\item list to move it center...here's what I'm doing

#Wrapper {
  width: 100%;
}

#Header{
  width: 960px;
  margin:auto;
}
I think the #MainNavigation and the #Body need to just be wrapped in a div, then it'll work

...so I can do some jquery to get it working, but I was hoping you'd support this scenario out of the box?
##### Georgi
20 posts

Posted 09 May 2012 Link to this post

Hi Steve,

Thank you for bringing these issues to our attention!

We were looking for possible solutions and came up with some ideas that we are implementing right now.

So with our next release there will be:
1. a way to highlight a row in the feedback listing depending on its status. The status will be converted to lower case and spaces will be replaced with dashes and the resulting string will be applied to the corresponding tr elements in the grid.

For now you can use javascript customization that you'll simply remove when you upgrade with our next version.

All the best,
Georgi
the Telerik team
3. ##### Steve
1871 posts
Member since:
Dec 2008

Posted 09 May 2012 Link to this post

That was fast, thanks guys!

Hey Quick Q...can you also add one other quick property that can store a google analytics site ID, then in the markup generate the analytics code? :)

(wishlist item)
4. ##### Jordan
123 posts

Posted 15 May 2012 Link to this post

Hello,

Probably not. The Google Analytics tracking code can be configured with many different options other than the site ID.

But it won't hurt if you post this idea on our feedback portal and invite your friend to vote on it :)
http://feedback.telerik.com/project/8

Regards,
Jordan
the Telerik team