CSS card list Scoreboard style

I have made this awesome-looking app with CSS, but the CSS only works on my computer, and when I publish the app it doesn’t show.


//The image area
.rOCYe { 
flex-direction: row;

//The actual image 
.rOCYe .image {
width: 140px !important;
position: relative !important;

//the cards image container
.card-image-container {
background-color: rgb(30,34,43) !important;
width: 35% !important;
padding-bottom: 0% !important;

//The bottom area of the cards list
.rOCYe .bottom-area {
flex-direction: row;

//card title container
.rOCYe .card-title-container:not(:last-child) {
position: absolute;
top: 50%;
  left: 50%;
  transform: translate(-50%, -50%);

//The actual card title
.rOCYe .card-title {
font-size: 1.4rem;
font-weight: 500;
line-height: 1.1rem;

//The small avatar image in cards list
.ijoIwu .placeholder, .ijoIwu > img, .ijoIwu > canvas {
width: 100px;
height: 100px;
border-radius: 0px;

The small avatar image container
.rOCYe .card-footer .bottom-left-overlay {
flex-direction: row;

I already know what the problem is, I think. Texts like “.rOCYe” and “.ijoIwu” are only being triggered on my computer. But what can I do to replace this, so it still gets triggered?

I’ve used a cards list with:

  • Image (Squared)
  • Tittle
  • Avatar image

I really need some help, thanks

Looking good?

tested in Chrome, Safari… Mobile and Desktop… you owe me a beer! :wink:


beer button


Looks okay…you just can’t use unnamed classes (the .rOCYe etc.) just used the named classes. Some styles need to be marked important. Know that when Glide converts apps to Pages in 2024, this is going to break.

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I already fix it to good classes :wink: they will DELETE APPS ??? @Robert_Petitto

Yes apps will be phased out by end of next year. Pages will be the main product and you won’t be able to create a new “app”. Existing apps will become “Legacy Apps” and supported for an undetermined amount of time.

The timelines were a little vague but that info is from David himself.

oh… ok, lots of people will be very angry if they lose CSS, many of them paid big $ to make great Apps!
By the end of this year, we will create an alternative platform, that will have CSS elements, so I’m not worried about that… just feel bad for those who paid for Glide Apps… but if they stay as legacy, that’s good.

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Yes if they stay Legacy that would be great but eventually the support could be dropped. There were mentions of an Apps to Pages converter which sounded much more powerful/ productive than what we have today. I’m not counting on it though :wink:

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I do owe you a beer. And I hope my css will help people in the future, I took me a LONG time to get that CSS working😆

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Enjoy! Thanks to your beer, I can make more codes :wink:

Clever. How would you create something like this using images and text that are all in the same row? Say:

img1 img2 team1 team2 score1 score2
:hot_face: :cold_face: Fire Ice 10 8

hmmm… cards have two images… you can move them into one row and adjust the sizes… or calculate positions in the inline list and make a horizontal card list with 6 columns… either way a lot of playing with CSS :wink:

I’d probably do a HTML table. But I guess you need each row to be clickable?

Could be done with a custom collection and html.

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oh, yes. I’ve been struggling to find a good use case for a Custom Collection. But that’s definitely a good one :+1:

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Ooo…good call. I’m getting warmer!


Template column = success!

Alignment…not so much…

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just use my CSS in Code BOOK :wink:

Your code book doesn’t have what i’m looking for.

it looks like what I did at the top of this post…