I thought about it at first. however, even putting the css there, and it appearing in the page code, has no effect on the styles.
I dont know, but the style should be first on the code, right? the card_mod is putting after the code of the card itself:
Anyone advise how I could move the humidity text just underneath the temperature? I have seven MGC in a row and there is not enough space to have the temp and humidity side by side because of the screen ratio of my main tablet.
Can someone please explain how the ‘fixed_value’ setting works? From the description, it sounds like it should just use an entity’s current state rather than looking at its history. I can’t seem to get it to work that way.
My situation is this: I’m using the Dark Sky weather integration (sensor version) which give me lots of individual sensors for rain probability by hour e.g. sensor.precip_probability_1h, sensor.precip_probability_2h, sensor.precip_probability_3h, etc…
I’m trying to graph these as a bar graph, and also exclude these sensors from the recorder (I really don’t need to save any history for these). But it only seems to work if I do enable recording of the sensors. I thought using ‘fixed_value: true’ would allow me to exclude recording of these sensors.
This is a card-mod style.
Do you have the card-mod installed?
The styles are not supposed to be used by “simple copy/paste” method - using them needs understanding them. Otherwise in some cases you will not get an expected result (((.
Some card-mod examples in this thread are provided w/o using the “card_mod” keyword.
Starting from card-mod 3.0 the “card_mod” keyword is advised to be used before the “style” keyword:
In fact, many styles continue to work w/o using the “card_mod” keyword, but in some cards/places it will not work any more unless you use a proper “3.0” syntax.