Pages with Cards and Tables look poor

As you can see from the image, my card deck neither matches the look of or lines up with the tables on the right. Is there a way to get the card deck to look more square like the tables? Also, anyway to align them better?

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Hi Jarlath,

you can adjust your CSS but I think, you will get it done only for one page.

Is this done via the composition plugin? I think there once was a setup macro where you can embed your own css. Maybe that helps?



Hi Steve, yes I used the composition-setup macro. I've learned that because my cards have tables with headings, I get the grey everywhere outside the table within each card. When I delete the headings I don't get grey in the body anymore (except for a badly drawn uneven border).

I see an option to include a CSS class. Where would I define such a class? And do you know where I can find what elements to override for theming?



Thanks, I missed the import css option!! Now I just need some CSS to make them match, but at least I know what needs to be done. Thank you.

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