Whenever possible, we encourage you to adhere to the official CSS Guidelines for cascading styles. For the main styles, we recommend to make a copy of the izenda-us.css to modify and add the reference to the index.html.

Location of CSS

  • izenda-ui.css : Main location for CSS Stylings.

CSS Conflicts

CSS conflicts may arise if the host application utilizes similar or same the CSS libraries as Izenda that are utlize different release versions or customizations. For instance, Bootstrap 2 may cause conflicts with the Bootstrap resources found with the Izenda application. For an updated list of Izenda dependencies, please refer to our Acknowledgements Page .

Customization (Simple)

The simplest way to change an element’s color is to find the CSS selector corresponding to an HTML element and replace the listed color with your new color. In Notepad++ , this can be accomplished by pressing CTRL + F and navigating to “Replace” tab.


Fig. 460 Find Dialogue


For best practice, we recommend that you “Replace All” to maintain consistent look-and-feel.

Customization (Scalable)

CSS Variables allow you to change one value in the CSS to change all of our CSS selectors.


This solution is currently supported in Chrome and Firefox.

  • Add the following on top of izenda-ui.css

  • Replace all instances of #1c4e89 with var(–main-color).

  • Example Replacement:

  • Result on page.


Key Styling Colors

Key styling for Chrome and Firefox is located in the file izenda-ui.css. Below, we list 11 variables that will help you stylize your application.


It is important to keep a record of each change, similar to the table below. This ensures that you can recreate your style if it’s unintentionally overwritten during an update.

Identifier Occurences Initial color Recommended
css variable
Color sample
MAIN STYLE COLOR 31 #1c4e89 –main-co
SUB STYLE COLOR 11 #10427c –sub-style-co
Fontello (note:
trivial design color)
1 #b3cbda –fontello-co
Trans-color 124 transparent -trans-color
Menu text and panel color 138 #fff –menu-text-and-panel-co
Panel Borders Color 38 #EEE –panel-border-co
Main Background Color 10 #e4e8eb –main-bg-co
Search Icon And
Data Source Borders
43 #DEDEDE –search-ico-and-ds-borders
Report Part Edit-Mode
Tab Borders
18 #ddd – rp-edit-mode-tab-borders
Error Color #1 12 #D0021B – error-1-co
Error Color #2 7 Red – error-2-co

Example Color Changes



  • Trans-color

  • Menu text and panel color

  • Panel Borders Color

  • Main Background Color

  • Search Icon And Data Source Borders


Sample Code

The following code sample can be added to the top of your izenda-ui.css . If you replace the color code provided in the CSS comments with the name of the variable, the new color will be applied. The results will be striking.


Remember, CSS variables are only supported in Chrome and Firefox.

root {
  --main-co: pink; /* #1c4e89 */
  --sub-style-co:green; /* #10427c */
  --fontello-co: #b3cbda; /* #b3cbda */
  --menu-text-and-panel-co: purple; /* #fff */
  --panel-border-co: indigo; /* #EEE */
  --main-bg-co: teal; /* #e4e8eb */
  --search-icon-and-data-source-borders: yellow; /* #DEDEDE */
  --rp-edit-mode-tab-borders: blue; /* #ddd */
  --error-1-co: pink; /* #D0021B */
  --error-2-co: yellow; /* red */
  --garfunkle: orange; /*Arbitrary variable created #f5f5f5 */

Visually Editing CSS

You would usually need to refresh the page to see updates to your application. Fortunately, Chrome provides the functionality to edit the working instance of a page’s CSS to see real-time changes. The following example uses CSS Selectors.


This CSS instance is not saved when you edit it. If you break your CSS, simply reload the page and your sandbox will be refreshed. You will need to choose to save before refreshing your page.

  • To access Chrome’s Developer Tools, press F12 to open the console.

  • Toggle over to the Sources tab and locate the CSS file you wish to edit.



    To increase screen real-estate, you can pop the Developer Tool out into a separate window

  • Develop!

  • To save, right click on the file on left-hand panel and select save.


Other Helpful Tools

The following can be found in the Chrome Web Store for download.

  • CSS Viewer: Allows you to see the CSS applied to a particular element.


Common CSS Customizations

  • Customize the default cell padding in grid report parts

    .izenda .table .table-cell-content {
            padding: 5px !important;

    Fig. 461 Default grid padding


    Fig. 462 After customizing the grid’s padding

  • Customize the width of the report list to increase the width of the report name .izenda-GridLayout-Row .izenda-GridLayout-Col2 {
      width: 41.66667% !important;
    } .izenda-GridLayout-Row .izenda-GridLayout-Col6 {
      width: 25% !important;
    } .izenda-GridLayout-Row .izenda-GridLayout-Col3 {
      width: 25% !important;
    } .izenda-GridLayout-Row .izenda-GridLayout-Col1 {
      width: 8.33333% !important;

    Fig. 463 Default report list widths


    Fig. 464 After customizing the report list widths

  • Hide filters’ description including the type and operator in the report viewer

    .filter-label .operator {
            visibility: hidden !important;
    .filter-item-label {
            pointer-events: none !important;

    Fig. 465 Filter with visible (default) description

Customizing the Report Designer Tooltips & Overlay

Izenda version v2.7.0 and greater feature new tooltips and overlays to provide guidance to the user for creating reports.


These items can be customized using the CSS samples below:

/* Customize the tooltip */
.tooltip {
        background-color: #8e8e8f;
        color: #fff;
        font-size: 13px;
        max-width: 250px;
        padding: 10px;

/* Customize the overlay */
.izenda .izenda-ReportDesigner .izenda-ReportDesigner-Overlay {
        background-color: rgba(255,105,180,0.75)