Changing or adding attributes to resulting elements

Hi everybody, I have a general question rather than a specific problem. Is it possible (through the use of provided attributes/arguments or through altering the source code of bokeh) to change or add attributes of the various html elements that bokeh spits out? For instance, if I have a Button widget/model, is it possible to, in Bokeh, make it so the resulting button html element can have a given class? Or an additional arbitrary attribute such as “data-toggle” or something of that nature?

I ask because I’m finding myself doing a lot of css and javascript trickery after the fact to alter the elements that bokeh spits out, and it would be much easier to simply spit out what I want from the get go.

If it matters, I am exclusively working with a bokeh server, rather than outputting static pages.

Thanks for any insight!

Jeremy

You can add arbitrary css classes to LayoutDOM subclasses by setting the css_classes property:

  http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/reference/models/layouts.html#bokeh.models.layouts.LayoutDOM.css_classes

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Feb 28, 2017, at 18:13, Jeremy Bowyer <[email protected]> wrote:

Hi everybody, I have a general question rather than a specific problem. Is it possible (through the use of provided attributes/arguments or through altering the source code of bokeh) to change or add attributes of the various html elements that bokeh spits out? For instance, if I have a Button widget/model, is it possible to, in Bokeh, make it so the resulting button html element can have a given class? Or an additional arbitrary attribute such as "data-toggle" or something of that nature?

I ask because I'm finding myself doing a lot of css and javascript trickery after the fact to alter the elements that bokeh spits out, and it would be much easier to simply spit out what I want from the get go.

If it matters, I am exclusively working with a bokeh server, rather than outputting static pages.

Thanks for any insight!

Jeremy

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Great, thank you for the help. I assume this means that only classes can be added, no other attributes?

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On Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 7:50:50 PM UTC-5, Bryan Van de ven wrote:

You can add arbitrary css classes to LayoutDOM subclasses by setting the css_classes property:

    [http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/reference/models/layouts.html#bokeh.models.layouts.LayoutDOM.css_classes](http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/reference/models/layouts.html#bokeh.models.layouts.LayoutDOM.css_classes)

Thanks,

Bryan

On Feb 28, 2017, at 18:13, Jeremy Bowyer [email protected] wrote:

Hi everybody, I have a general question rather than a specific problem. Is it possible (through the use of provided attributes/arguments or through altering the source code of bokeh) to change or add attributes of the various html elements that bokeh spits out? For instance, if I have a Button widget/model, is it possible to, in Bokeh, make it so the resulting button html element can have a given class? Or an additional arbitrary attribute such as “data-toggle” or something of that nature?

I ask because I’m finding myself doing a lot of css and javascript trickery after the fact to alter the elements that bokeh spits out, and it would be much easier to simply spit out what I want from the get go.

If it matters, I am exclusively working with a bokeh server, rather than outputting static pages.

Thanks for any insight!

Jeremy


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Currently yes, it might be possible to add that functionality but it would represent new development, so a feature request on GitHub would be appropriate.

Thanks,

Bryan

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On Feb 28, 2017, at 19:28, Jeremy Bowyer <[email protected]> wrote:

Great, thank you for the help. I assume this means that only classes can be added, no other attributes?

On Tuesday, February 28, 2017 at 7:50:50 PM UTC-5, Bryan Van de ven wrote:
You can add arbitrary css classes to LayoutDOM subclasses by setting the css_classes property:

        http://bokeh.pydata.org/en/latest/docs/reference/models/layouts.html#bokeh.models.layouts.LayoutDOM.css_classes

Thanks,

Bryan

> On Feb 28, 2017, at 18:13, Jeremy Bowyer <[email protected]> wrote:
>
> Hi everybody, I have a general question rather than a specific problem. Is it possible (through the use of provided attributes/arguments or through altering the source code of bokeh) to change or add attributes of the various html elements that bokeh spits out? For instance, if I have a Button widget/model, is it possible to, in Bokeh, make it so the resulting button html element can have a given class? Or an additional arbitrary attribute such as "data-toggle" or something of that nature?
>
> I ask because I'm finding myself doing a lot of css and javascript trickery after the fact to alter the elements that bokeh spits out, and it would be much easier to simply spit out what I want from the get go.
>
> If it matters, I am exclusively working with a bokeh server, rather than outputting static pages.
>
> Thanks for any insight!
>
> Jeremy
>
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