Make a user friendly data tables for enterprise applications view

Data is useless without the ability to visualize and act on it. The success of future industries will couple advanced data collection with a better user experience, and the data table comprises much of this user experience.

Good data tables allow users to scan, analyze, compare, filter, sort, and manipulate information to derive insights and commit actions. This article presents a list of design structures, interaction patterns, and techniques to help you design better data tables.

Resource to check the variety of tables:

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Avoid saving images in .webp format instead of .png/.jpg in Google Chrome

For Google Chrome browser :
You may have noticed that images on select websites, many Google properties like Google Play, for example, display images in Google’s web format and not a standard format like JPG or PNG.

Extension: WebP
A new image format called ‘.WebP’ has evolved over time and is currently developed by Google, that provides lossless and lossy compression for images on the web.

Converted to lossless
Google reports that images converted to lossless webp are 26% smaller in size compared to PNGs, whereas lossy webp images are 25-34% smaller in size compared to JPEGs.

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how to view svg files in windows explorer instead of internet explorer icon

First, you need to have the SVG viewer extension installed.

Step 1 : You will need to know if you have the 32 or 64-bit version of Windows for this extension

Step 2 : Download the extension here

Step 3 : Double click to install the downloaded extension

Step 4 : reboot your computer and see the actual .svg icons in your windows explorer

Note: Tested in Windows 10 pr, working fine..

Complete guidance of CSS:nth-child Works

The :nth-child() CSS pseudo-class matches one or more elements based on their position among a group of siblings.

/* Selects every fourth element among any group of siblings */
:nth-child(4n) {  color: Red;}

// Select ODD element like 1,3,5,...
:nth-child(odd) {    background: red;}

// Select Even element like 0,2,4,...
:nth-child(even) {    background: blue;}

// Select 7th child
:nth-child(7) {    background: blue;}

// Select All But The First Five
:nth-child(n+6) { background: green; }

//Select Only The First Five
:nth-child(-n+5) { color: green; }

//Select Every Fourth, Starting At The First
:nth-child(4n-7) { /* or 4n+1 */ color: green; }

// Select the Second to Last Element
:nth-last-child(2) { color: green; }

Example: nth-child(4n):

4(0) = 0
4(1) = 4
4(2) = 8
4(3) = 12

:nth-child() is compatible in Chrome, Firefox, and IE9+

n 2n+1 4n+1 4n+4 4n 5n-2 -n+3
0 1 1 4 3
1 3 5 8 4 3 2
2 5 9 12 8 8 1
3 7 13 16 12 13
4 9 17 20 16 18
5 11 21 24 20 23

For More Guidance, Please check below: (width Examples) (Mater in nth Child pseudo-class )

Customize the Office 365 theme for your organization

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Learn how to customize your theme in the Office 365 admin center. As the admin of your Office 365 for business subscription, you can change the default theme that appears in the top navigation bar for everyone in the organization. You can add your company logo and colors to match your brand as shown here (where 1 is the default theme and 2 is the customized theme).

Example Office 365 theme change

Customize your theme in the Office 365 admin center

  1. Sign in to Office 365 with your work or school account.
  2. Navigate to Settings Settings: update your profile, install software and connect it to the cloud > Organization profile.
  3. Next to Manage custom themes for your organization, click or tap Edit.

    Tap or click Edit to change your theme

  4. Change the theme elements you want for your organization:
    • Custom logo: Select the image and upload your own JPG, PNG, or GIF with a resolution of 200 x 50 pixels, no larger than 10 KB. This appears in the top navigation bar on every page.
    • URL for a clickable logo: Enter the URL for the logo, starting with http:// or https://. This is optional.
    • Background image: Select the image and upload your own JPG, PNG, or GIF with a resolution of 1366 x 50 pixels, no larger than 15 KB. The background image appears in the top navigation bar on every page.

      NOTE: Images that contain text may not display as expected. Built-in elements that appear on the right and left sides of the navigation bar can vary across services, and your text may be obscured by those elements. Due to the dynamic nature of the navigation bar, at this time we are unable to provide guidance for image padding that would result in a consistent experience.

    • Prevent users from overriding theme: Check this box to disable theming at the user level so that everyone in the organization sees the theme you create. The exception to this is a high contrast theme used for accessibility purposes.
    • Accent color: Select a color to use for the app launcher icon, mouse over color, and other accents.
    • Nav bar background color: Select a color to use for the background of the navigation bar. The appears at the top on every page.
    • Text and icons: Select a color to use for the text and icons on the top navigation bar.
    • App launcher icon: Select a color to use for the app launcher icon in the upper left.
  5. Click or tap Save.

You’ll see your new theme on the Office 365 admin center right away and after a short delay, you’ll see it throughout Office 365, including Outlook and SharePoint pages. You can remove your custom icon or custom colors at any time. Just return to the theme page and choose Remove custom theming.