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CSS Custom Style Sheet Changed from Replace to Append

Last updated: 2019-10-02

Previously, when using a custom cascading style sheet (.css) to style the various VectorCAST reports, the user was required to copy all styles from the default style sheet into their custom style sheet.

With VectorCAST version 2019 SP1, the user's custom style sheet is simply appended, making it easier to write the contents of the custom style sheet.

In the HTML for each report generated, the contents of the custom style sheet are embedded in the <style> section after the default styles, as shown in the snippet below.

<!DOCTYPE html>
<!-- VectorCAST Report header -->
<html lang="en">
    <meta charset="utf-8"/>
      default styles...
      user's custom styles...

clicast -lc | -lada option VCAST_RPTS_CUSTOM_CSS <path to custom.css file>


Figure 1: Regular HTML Report

Figure 2: Set option for Custom CSS

Figure 3: New report with CSS changes

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