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How to apply custom color in conditional formatting

Platform: jQuery |
Control: ejSpreadSheet |
Published Date: April 13, 2018 |
Last Revised Date: May 22, 2019

Description

This knowledge base explains how to apply the custom colors for conditional formatting in Spreadsheet.

Solution

It can be achievable by defining the custom color to the properties ‘color’ for foreground and ‘bgColor’ for background color in Spreadsheet.

[JS]

 

var defaultData = [{ "Name": "VINET", "Average": 90, "Grade": "S" }, { "Name": "TOMSP", "Average": 83, "Grade": "A" }, { "Name": "HANAR", "Average": 80, "Grade": "A" }, { "Name": "VICTE", "Average": 93, "Grade": "S" }];
$("#Spreadsheet").ejSpreadsheet({
    sheets: [{
        dataSource: defaultData;
    }],
    loadComplete: "loadComplete"
});

 

[RAZOR]

 

@(Html.EJ().Spreadsheet<object>("Spreadsheet")
    .Sheets(sheets =>
    {
        <!-- you can define datasource at server side -->
        sheets.Datasource((IEnumerable)ViewBag.DataSource).Add();
    })
    .ClientSideEvents(
        events => events.LoadComplete("loadComplete")
    )
)

 

[ASPX]

 

<ej:Spreadsheet ID="Spreadsheet" runat="server">
    <Sheets>
        <ej:Sheet></ej:Sheet><!-- you can define datasource at server side -->
    </Sheets>
    <ClientSideEvents LoadComplete="loadComplete" />
</ej:Spreadsheet>

 

[JS]

 

function loadComplete(args) {
    if (!this.isImport) {
        // Define Hex color code for font color & background color  in "color" and “bgColor” property
        this.XLCFormat.setCFRule({ "action": "equalto", "inputs": ["90"], "color": "#FFFFFF", "bgColor": "#139228", "range": "A1:C5" });
        this.XLCFormat.setCFRule({ "action": "textcontains", "inputs": ["N"], "color": "#FFFFFF", "bgColor": "#bd1313", "range": "A1:C5" });
    }
}

 

The below screenshot represents the output of the above code example.

 

spreadsheet bg color sample preview

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