Improve the look & feel of your views

Here's a formula where you can have a table displaying documents in the view & change the fonts, color, background, etc.

Instead of using normal views use a $$ViewTemplateDefualt form, in the HTML Head Content event of this form write a formula using where you can have a table displaying documents in the view & you can also change the fonts, color, background color, etc.
HTML Head Content
"<meta http-equiv='pragma' content='no-cache'>
<meta http-equiv='expires' content='31 Jul 1999 12:52:31 GMT'> <style = "text-css">
table {width : 80%;align : center;font-family : verdana; font-size : 8pt ; font-weight:300}
td {font-family : verdana; font-size : 8pt;
color:black;backGround:rgb(220,235,254); font-weight:300}
tr {font-family : verdana; font-size : 8pt; color:white; backGround:rgb(0,59,144)}
a : link {color : blue} a : visited {color : blue}</style>"
This was last published in July 2001

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