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Display waste bins in color



  • Hello everyone, I have created a Google waste calendar. Now I wanted to ask how I can do it with the CSS that for example the bio bin is displayed in brown and the residual waste bin in gray and the glass box in blue, for example.

    Would be nice if you could tell me where I can change that and how …? Thank you

    German:
    Hallo Zusammen, ich habe mir einen Google Abfallkalender erstellt. Nun wollte ich fragen wie ich es hinbekomme mit dem CSS das mir zb die Biotonne in braun angeziegt wird und die Restmülltonne in grau und Glasbox zb in blau.

    Wäre nett wenn ihr mir mitteilen könnte wo ich das verändern kann und wie…? Danke Euch



  • @kusselin Hi it is possible with both JavaScript and CSS. Based on bin type you can either create css class like .biobin or .residualbin and in that class have image background of that bin type or you can directly assign image source to bin type. It would be easier if you post some code here…

    Below is quick example with .css

    body {
       background-color: #cccccc;
    }
    
    .bin{
    height:350px;
    width:300px;
    background-size: cover;
    
    }
    .biobin{
    background-image: url("https://cdn0.iconfinder.com/data/icons/garbage-items-cartoon-style/512/al396_14-512.png");
    }
    .residualbin {
    background-image: url("https://safe.onoffmarket.com/data/item/201201/1325650700_l1")
    }
    
    
    < div class=" bin biobin">bio bin
    < /div>
    < div class="bin residualbin"> residual bin
    < /div>
    
    

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  • @ashishtank said in Display waste bins in color:

    Hi it is possible with both JavaScript and CSS. Based on bin type you can either create css class like .biobin or .residualbin and in that class have image background of that bin type or you can directly assign image source to bin type. It would be easier if you post some code here…
    Below is quick example with .css

    Hello, thank you for the info!
    What code should I post? what you write here is great with the bins … it looks a bit like Fhem.

    Where does that have to go? ind the costum.css?

    Greeting

    The standard Google calendar then shows, for example, “in 23 days” and you can then display the text in blue, for example, for the glass box … gray for residual waste and green for paper ??



  • @kusselin can you post screenshot of what you have right now ? If you have created your own module then it will go into that module’s css. if you are using other module and want to display it over there then you can put it in custom.css.

    Here logic is based on data you need to assign the css class to html elements and then they will show the visuals.



  • hi ashistank,

    i have the standard calender what come with MagicMirror when you install it.

    there you see now…

    Biotonne…in 5 Tagen
    Restmüll…in 10 Tagen

    and the font i will not in white…i will Biotonne in brown and Restmüll the colour in grey

    what musst i do in what css item??

    Best regards

    here a picture…glasbox the font in blue bio in brown rest in grey paper in green…what must i do in what css?

    Abfallkalender



  • @kusselin Hi it is already possible with default calendar module. Sorry was not aware of that feature. while looking at code I found that you can configure your custom class and font color based on title of the event using custom events property in config.

    {
    	module: "calendar",
    	header: "NL Holidays",
    	position: "top_left",
    	config: {
    		calendars: [
    			{
    				symbol: "calendar-check",
    				url: "webcal://www.calendarlabs.com/ical-calendar/ics/101/Netherlands_Holidays.ics",
    			}
    		],
    		customEvents: [
    			 {
    				"keyword": "Christmas Day",
    				"symbol": "calendar-icon-christmas",
    				"color": "red"
    			 },
    			 {
    				"keyword": "Easter Sunday",
    				"symbol": "calendar-icon-easter",
    				"color": "blue"
    			 }
    		]
    	}
    }
    

    you will need to add below css classes in custom.css, Make sure to name your css class with .fa- but while adding it in config remove it. in above config symbols calendar-icon-christmas and calendar-icon-easter are css classes with out .fa-

    .fa-calendar-icon-christmas
    {
    	background-image: url('https://cdn.iconscout.com/icon/premium/png-256-thumb/christmas-ball-1429333-1209909.png');
    	width: 20px;
    	height: 20px;
    	background-size: contain;
    	background-repeat: no-repeat;
    }
    .fa-calendar-icon-easter
    {
    	background-image: url('https://icons.iconarchive.com/icons/iconka/easter-egg-bunny/256/green-love-icon.png');
    	width: 20px;
    	height: 20px;
    	background-size: contain;
    	background-repeat: no-repeat;
    }
    

    below should be output. Same way you can do it for different bins based on title of the event (Biotonne or Restmüll)

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  • @ashishtank said in Display waste bins in color:

    Hi I will get back to you on this, it will not possible with only css but you also need to do some changes in javascript file to assign correct css class to the first checbox icon based on the bin type text.

    ohjeee o.k. thank you very much



  • @kusselin Edited my answer above.



  • Hi very thanks to you for the css… but i will only that the text an the standard icon for calender like in my photo is in the color…you know what i mean? No fa-icon in the christmas look …

    best regards



  • @kusselin Sorry I did not understand. do you want to have standard icons but with different color for icon and text ?


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