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Applying CSS in Virtual PowerApps Component Framework

Applying CSS in Virtual PowerApps Component Framework

If you're working with virtual PowerApps Component Framework (PCF) control, this tutorial can help you apply CSS styling to your control. Typically, applying CSS to a control is done via standard syntax, but with virtual PCF, it can get tricky. In this tutorial, the author shares their experience with overcoming the challenge of applying CSS to a virtual PCF control that wasn't getting applied previously. The author goes in-depth into the process, sharing the code and syntax needed to make the CSS styling work for the PCF control.

If you're a developer familiar with standard PCF controls but struggling with applying CSS to virtual PCF controls, this tutorial is a valuable resource to help you overcome the challenge and create visually appealing components for your PowerApps.

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