🔹 Card-mod - Add css styles to any lovelace card

type: 'custom:mod-card'
style:
  hui-vertical-stack-card$: |
    .card-header {
      font-size: 10px !important;
    }
card:
  type: vertical-stack
  title: Changed font
  cards:
  ###################
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Thanks! I tried all kinds of combinations but can’t seem to get it formatted or added to my code properly.

So does this “custom:mod-card” type snippet go at the top of the card before my horizontal stack code?

In meantime i’ll spend more time understanding how the custom:mod-card fits into all of this…

card mod is extention to existing cards. it allows to style html entities inside the card. you use it by adding style attribute to every card definition.

However sometimes card-mod cannot reach some outer html objects (styling allows to apply styles to children items while some cards has outer objects unavailable to card-mod). mod-card creates a container with your card inside. This way your whole card turns into mod-card’s child element, allowing to style it from mod-card level

Some examples of using "::before", "::after" & "content":
Note: may be used with many Lovelace cards (I hope).

NOTE:
Do not forget to add a "card_mod:" keyword before "style:" (new in card-mod 3).

Prefix & suffix:
image

type: entities
entities:
  - entity: sun.sun
  - entity: sun.sun
    style:
      hui-generic-entity-row $: |
        .text-content.pointer:not(.info) {
          color: red;
        }
        .text-content.pointer:not(.info)::before {
          content: "XXX - ";
          color: magenta;
        }
        .text-content.pointer:not(.info)::after {
          content: " (elevation {{state_attr(config.entity,'elevation')}})";
          color: orange;
        }
  - entity: sensor.iphone_5s_battery_level
    style:
      hui-generic-entity-row: |
        .text-content {
          color: red;
        }
        .text-content::before {
          content: "Level: ";
          color: red;
        }
        .text-content::after {
          content: " ({{states('sensor.iphone_5s_battery_state')}})";
          color: magenta;
        }

+ undocumented feature for "secondary_info":
image

type: entities
entities:
  - entity: sun.sun
    secondary_info: true
    style:
      hui-generic-entity-row:
        $: |
          .info .secondary {
            color: red;
          }
          .info .secondary::before {
            content: "Elevation: ";
            color: red;
          }
          .info .secondary::after {
            content: "{{state_attr(config.entity,'elevation')}}";
            color: magenta;
          }

“Undocumented” means that you can use also "secondary_info: bla_bla_bla" instead of "secondary_info: true", it will create a "div" element anyway.

Math operations:
image

type: entities
entities:
  - entity: sensor.cleargrass_1_co2
    style:
      hui-generic-entity-row: |
        .text-content {
          color: red;
        }
        .text-content::before {
          content: "{{states(config.entity)|int/10}} (divided), ";
          color: magenta;
        }

Replacing a value:
image
For the Entities card it is enough to set a transparent color for the element keeping the state:

type: entities
entities:
  - entity: sensor.network_throughput_in_eth0_mbits
    name: Network throughput
  - entity: sensor.network_throughput_in_eth0_mbits
    name: Network throughput
    style:
      hui-generic-entity-row: |
        .text-content::after {
          content: "{{states(config.entity)|float*1024}} KBit/s";
          color: var(--primary-text-color);
        }
        .text-content {
          color: transparent;
        }

But for the Glance card I have to set a zero font-size:
image

type: glance
entities:
  - entity: sensor.network_throughput_in_eth0_mbits
    name: Network throughput
  - entity: sensor.network_throughput_in_eth0_mbits
    name: Network throughput
    style: |
      :host div:not(.name)::after {
        content: "{{states(config.entity)|float*1024}} KBit/s";
        font-size: var(--mdc-typography-body1-font-size, 1rem);
      }
      :host div:not(.name) {
        font-size: 0px;
      }

One more example for “input_boolean” entity:
image

type: glance
entities:
  - entity: input_boolean.test_boolean
    name: default
  - entity: input_boolean.test_boolean
    name: modded
    style: |
      :host div:not(.name)::after {
        content: "{% if is_state(config.entity,'on') -%}
                  switched ON
                  {%- else -%}
                  switched OFF
                  {%- endif %}";
        font-size: var(--mdc-typography-body1-font-size, 1rem);
      }
      :host div:not(.name) {
        font-size: 0px;
      }

For "multiple-entity-row" it is much tricky:
image
The original value must be transparent & placed on the next line whose height must be set to 0px:

type: entities
entities:
  - type: 'custom:multiple-entity-row'
    style: |
      .entities-row div.entity:nth-child(1) div::before {
        color: orange;
        content: {%if is_state('sun.sun','above_horizon') -%} "Rise and shine\A" {%- else -%} "Sleep well\A" {%- endif %};
        line-height: var(--mdc-typography-body1-line-height, 1.5rem);
      }
      .entities-row div.entity:nth-child(1) div {
        color: transparent;
        line-height: 0px;
      }
    entity: sun.sun
    entities:
      - entity: sun.sun
        name: xxx
        styles:
          width: 60px
      - entity: sun.sun
        name: xxx
        styles:
          width: 60px
    unit: ''
    icon: ''
    toggle: false
    show_state: false
    state_header: ''
    state_color: false

For badges inside "picture-elements" card:
This trick may be useful since there is no possibility to display any text for the entity’s name (BTW, for badges displayed on the top of views this possibility is present - a “name” property).
image

type: picture-elements
image: /local/images/blue.jpg
style: |
  ha-card { height: 130px !important; }
elements:
  - type: state-badge
    entity: sensor.cleargrass_1_co2
    style:
      top: 18%
      left: 10%
  - type: state-badge
    entity: sensor.cleargrass_1_co2
    style:
      top: 18%
      left: 30%
    card_mod:
      style:
        ha-state-label-badge:
          $:
            ha-label-badge:
              $:
                .badge-container: |
                  .title {
                    color: transparent;
                    line-height: 0px !important;
                  }
                  .title::before {
                    color: var(--primary-text-color);
                    content: "New name\A";
                    line-height: normal;
                  }

For icons inside “picture-elements” card:
image
Described here.

custom:multiple-entity-row:
How to display "last-changed" for items:

described here

custom:mini-graph-card:
How to display an additional info on the card:

described here

Any card with a title:
How to add a small header:

described here


More examples are described here.

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I’m trying to use style my markdown-card with the help of card-mod.
But whatever I am trying, nothing wil change the format of the markdown-card.
What am I doing wrong?

      - type: markdown
        style: |
          ha-card {
            font-size: 20px;
            font-family: Quicksand;
            height: 30px;
            background: none;
          }
          ha-markdown {
            padding: 0px 0px 0px 8px !important;
            border-left: 3px solid var(--accent-color);
          }
        content: 'Modi'
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Styling vertical-stack (horizontal-) card.

Styling a title:
image
Method #1:

type: 'custom:mod-card'
style: |
  ha-card {
    --ha-card-header-color: red;
    --ha-card-header-font-size: 10px;
  }
card:
  type: vertical-stack
  title: Changed font for title
  cards:
    - type: entities
      entities:
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
    - type: entity
      entity: sun.sun

Method #2:

type: 'custom:mod-card'
style:
  hui-vertical-stack-card$: |
    .card-header {
      font-size: 10px !important;
      color: red !important;
    }
card:
  type: vertical-stack
  title: Changed font for title
  cards:
    - type: entities
      entities:
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
    - type: entity
      entity: sun.sun

Colored header:
image

type: 'custom:mod-card'
style:
  hui-vertical-stack-card$: |
    .card-header {
      background-color: green;
    }
card:
  type: vertical-stack
  title: Some title
  cards:
    - type: entities
      entities:
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
    - type: entity
      entity: sun.sun

Colored background:
image

type: 'custom:mod-card'
style: |
  ha-card {
    background-color: red;
  }
card:
  type: vertical-stack
  title: Colored background
  cards:
    - type: entities
      entities:
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
    - type: entity
      entity: sun.sun

Using an image for the background:
image
Notes:

  1. The "--ha-card-background" variable is used to style the child cards.
  2. The background image is stretched to fit the card’s size.
type: 'custom:mod-card'
style: |
  ha-card {
    background-image: url('/local/images/blue_low_2.jpg');
    background-size: 100% 100%;
    --ha-card-background: rgba(50,50,50,0.3);
  }
card:
  type: vertical-stack
  title: Image for background
  cards:
    - type: entities
      entities:
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
    - type: entity
      entity: sun.sun

Using an image for the header:
image

type: 'custom:mod-card'
style:
  hui-vertical-stack-card$: |
    .card-header {
      background-image: url('/local/images/blue_low_2.jpg');
      background-size: 100% 100%;
    }
card:
  type: vertical-stack
  title: Image for background
  cards:
    - type: entities
      entities:
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
    - type: entity
      entity: sun.sun

More styles for vertical-stack:
Example #1:


Note: the "--vertical-stack-card-margin" variable is used to define margins for the child cards.

type: 'custom:mod-card'
style: |
  ha-card {
    border-style: solid;
    border-width: 5px;
    border-radius: 10px;

    background-image: linear-gradient(to right, red,orange,yellow,green,blue,indigo,violet);

    --ha-card-header-color: white;
    --ha-card-header-font-size: 40px;

    height: 500px !important;

    --vertical-stack-card-margin: 0px 20px 190px 20px;

    --ha-card-background: rgba(50,50,50,0.3);
  }
card:
  type: vertical-stack
  title: Some title
  cards:
    - type: entities
      entities:
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
    - type: entity
      entity: sun.sun

Example #2:

type: 'custom:mod-card'
style:
  hui-vertical-stack-card$: |
    hui-entities-card {
      --ha-card-background: rgba(50,50,50,0.7);
      --vertical-stack-card-margin: 0px 200px 190px 20px;
    }
    hui-entity-card {
      --ha-card-background: rgba(50,50,50,0.1);
      --vertical-stack-card-margin: 0px 20px 0px 200px;
    }
  .: |
    ha-card {
      border-style: solid;
      border-width: 5px;
      border-radius: 10px;

      background-image: linear-gradient(to right, red,orange,yellow,green,blue,indigo,violet);

      --ha-card-header-color: white;
      --ha-card-header-font-size: 40px;

      height: 500px !important;
    }
card:
  type: vertical-stack
  title: Some title
  cards:
    - type: entities
      entities:
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
    - type: entity
      entity: sun.sun

More styles for horizontal-stack:
Example #1:
image

type: 'custom:mod-card'
style:
  hui-horizontal-stack-card$: |
    hui-entities-card {
      margin-left: 10px !important;
      margin-bottom: 10px !important;
      --ha-card-background: rgba(50,50,50,0.1);
    }
    hui-entity-card {
      margin-right: 10px !important;
      margin-bottom: 10px !important;
      --ha-card-background: rgba(50,50,50,0.7);
    }
  .: |
    ha-card {
      background-color: lightblue;
    }
card:
  type: horizontal-stack
  title: Some title
  cards:
    - type: entities
      entities:
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
    - type: entity
      entity: sun.sun

Example #2:
image

type: 'custom:mod-card'
style:
  hui-horizontal-stack-card$: |
    hui-entities-card {
      margin-left: 10px !important;
      margin-right: 10px !important;
      margin-bottom: 10px !important;
      width: 150%;
      flex: auto !important; 
    }
    mini-graph-card {
      margin-right: 10px !important;
      margin-bottom: 10px !important;
      flex: auto !important; 
    }
  .: |
    ha-card {
      background-color: lightblue;
      --ha-card-background: rgba(50,50,50,0.1);
    }
card:
  type: horizontal-stack
  title: Some title
  cards:
    - type: entities
      entities:
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
        - entity: sun.sun
    - type: 'custom:mini-graph-card'
      entities:
        - sensor.cleargrass_1_co2
      hours_to_show: 12
      points_per_hour: 60
      show:
        name: false
        icon: false

Example #3:
изображение

type: custom:mod-card
card_mod:
  style:
    hui-horizontal-stack-card $: |
      div#root > :first-child {
        width: 30%;
        flex: auto; 
      }
      div#root > :last-child {
        width: 70%;
        flex: auto; 
      }
card:
  type: horizontal-stack
  cards:
    - type: entity
      entity: sun.sun
    - type: custom:tabbed-card
      tabs:
        ...

More examples are described here.

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You need to shadow-root for that, I think.

How would I do that?
Nothing is working. Is the markdown card even stylable?

This is what I got with your code:


Is it what you expect?
If yes - may be you do not have card-mod installed.
If no - what is wrong?

It is working now, thanks.
The verification of the code helped me to look elsewhere.
It seemed there was issue with my hacs key for github.
Thanks for your help.

An example of using "card-mod" for "multiple-entity-row" to display a "last-changed" for items:

Described here


Same method may be used to display ANY text below items.
Even for icons:
image

code
      - type: custom:multiple-entity-row
        entity: sun.sun
        show_state: false
        entities:
          - entity: sun.sun
            icon: true
            name: false
          - entity: sun.sun
            icon: true
            name: false
          - entity: sun.sun
            icon: true
            name: false
        card_mod:
          style: |
            .entities-row div.entity:nth-child(1) div::after  {
              color: var(--secondary-text-color);
              font-size: 0.7rem;
              content: "\A label";
              white-space: pre;
            }
            .entities-row div.entity:nth-child(2) div::after  {
              color: var(--secondary-text-color);
              font-size: 0.7rem;
              content: "\A {{states('sun.sun')}}";
              white-space: pre;
            }
            .entities-row div.entity:nth-child(3) div::after  {
              color: var(--secondary-text-color);
              font-size: 0.7rem;
              content: "\A {{state_attr('sun.sun','elevation')}}";
              white-space: pre;
            }

People, I really need a help with this:

Can anyone help me?

I think it’s all browser related on the PC you are viewing it on and doesn’t impact HA apart from querying HA for the data for that view…

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Meanwhile trying to create sticky cards (credits to @ASNNetworks).
Here two sticky cards - top & bottom:

type: vertical-stack
cards:
  - type: glance
    style: |
      :host {
        z-index: 999;
        position: sticky;
        position: -webkit-sticky;
        top: var(--header-height);
      }
      ha-card {
        border-style: solid;
        border-radius: 15px;        
      }
    entities:
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
  - type: glance
    entities:
      - entity: sun.sun
  - type: glance
    entities:
      - entity: sun.sun
  - type: glance
    entities:
      - entity: sun.sun
  - type: entities
    entities:
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
  - type: glance
    style: |
      :host {
        z-index: 999;
        position: sticky;
        position: -webkit-sticky;
        bottom: 0;
      }
      ha-card {
        border-style: solid;
        border-radius: 15px;        
      }
    entities:
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun
      - entity: sun.sun

Note that "ha-card" styles used for the sticky card itself (borders, background etc), ":host" styles used for the subcontainer inside the main container to make it sticky (sorry if this is not true-CSS-language).
To repeat the same test - copy this code and paste it into the only card into some view.

For the top card I have to set:

        top: var(--header-height);

Works on desktop (Chrome, Win10x64, 1920x1200) and on iPhone 5S as well.

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Hi
I use card mod for change color of my icons depending it state , but I have an issue.

When I toggle state with Chrome on my PC no problem, When I do it on Safari on my mac or Safari on my iphone the color don’t change until I refresh.
this is the result ( Mac, iPhone safari and HA companion for macOS):

Check here

Nice job, but I don’t see any problem with my code ?
Have you code to share me with my lights ?

This is not about lights, this is about entities.

Ok but how can you suggest me with that :

 - type: entities
            entities:
              - entity: light.plafonnier
                card_mod:
                      style: |
                        :host {
                          --card-mod-icon-color: {% if is_state('light.plafonnier', 'on') %} yellow {% else %} white {% endif %}
                        }  
                name: Plafonnier
              - entity: light.lampe_buffet
                card_mod:
                      style: |
                        :host {
                          --card-mod-icon-color: {% if is_state('light.lampe_buffet', 'on') %} yellow {% else %} white {% endif %}
                        }  
                name: Buffet

I do not know what it is - "--card-mod-icon-color", tried to search it here , it is in your posts only.
What do you want to achieve? Is it not covered by that post?