Quick little Stratus tip. This on for headers on your Dashboards. A normal dashboard doesn’t have the ability to customize the header. However, being Stratus is a web based application, you can inject some simple HTML tags to perform some limited modifications.
Take a look at the following headers….
These headers are a result of inserting some very simple HTML tags. Here’s a look at the Report configuration for these header modifications…
Here’s an explanation of these HTML Tags…
|<br>||Break Line / Carriage Return||Place between text to create a|
|<i> </i>||Italics||Text placed between these tags will be italic|
|<u> </u>||Underline||Text placed between these tags will be underlined|
A few things to note…
- You can nest <i>Italics</i> and <u>underline</u> to transform text to <i><u>both</u></i>.
- More complex HTML tags don’t work, there’s just too many special characters.
- HTML tags may (will) show in other places like in the output of CSV files and/or other types of reports.
The usage of HTML tags in your Dashboard headers is likely not supported. If you find any errors within Stratus on pages that you’ve used these, you may want to remove them to verify the special characters aren’t the cause of your issues.