A cool effect you can do with CSS/HTML is to position a button (or any element really) at the top right hand side of a table. For example you could use this to refresh the contents of the table when the button is clicked. It’s intuitive to the user and is a subtle way to add functionality that is only apparent when it is needed. Continue reading “CSS Examples of Two Ways to Position a Button at the Top Right of a Table”
In this article I’ll show a simple example of nicely formatting a header row in a generated Excel document (using the open source ClosedXML library).
If you would first like some background into setting up and calling functions using .Net and the ClosedXML library, have a look at a previous article I wrote, or visit my site (jwcooney.com) and browse the available categories. Continue reading “ClosedXML Nicely Formatted Header Row”