Good morning folks. I apologize if this has been asked and answered - I didn't find it if it exists...
I am looking for a CRUD generator and came across GroceryCrud in my searching. The CRUD generator I choose has to be able to produce code that will seamlessly integrate into my existing design, in terms of output location (CSS "main" div) and in terms of colors/fonts/etc. I looked at the examples and documentation provided, as well as Googling, and I can't figure out if GC will fulfill my requirements.
I have what I think is a pretty typical CSS layout for my site (header for site title, menu bar under that, wrapper div under that with navigation on the left, main content on the right - a customized version of this CSS Template) so I would need to ensure the output would be in the "main" div. Also, I have a very specific color scheme for my tables in use within the site for <th> cells, as well as my alternating rows scheme (td1 and td2). The CRUD generator would have to be customizable enough to follow the already established CSS look and feel definitions.
Will GC fulfill the 2 requirements above? If so, how would it do so (i.e. how would I integrate my CSS file into GC output)?
Thank you for your time!