Write CSS rules into the editor of the node dialog and set the output either to create a new flow variable, or replace an existing one. With the ability to prepend existing stylesheets it's easy to override existing styles, or use the already existing styles.
Please refer to the more extensive explanation of CSS styling on our documentation page for further reference.
Available CSS-class names used by views and common HTML elements and properties are also present in the CSS editor as code completions when pressing Ctrl+Space.
The list contains the flow variables that are currently available at the node input. By checking this checkbox, the selected flow variable will be prepended to the newly created CSS-stylesheet.
If selected the newly created CSS-stylesheet will be put in a new flow variable with the specified name
If selected the newly created CSS-stylesheet will replace an existing flow variable
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