This is a list of all the rules supported by Trex.
For an explanation of rules see this section of the Trex docs.
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Default is false.
Example. The first-level heads are expanded. The second-level heads are not.
If icons are turned off and a headline has subs, you can click on the text of the headline to expand/collapse.
Example. Icons are turned off.
Default is 0. If list-space is not specified, no space is added after the list.
It sets the padding-bottom property of a div containing the list
Example. list-space is set to 30px.
Default is 0, though as explained in the Defaults section above, most nodetype templates define it as a non-zero value.
Example. outline-indent is set to 40px.
Default is 0.
Example. Adds 25px after each second-level head.
Default is 0.
Example. Adds 25px before each first-level head.
Default is a right-pointing gray wedge.
Example. Sets the icon for expanding to a white plus-sign inside a black circle.
Default is a down-pointing gray wedge.
Example. Sets the icon for collapsing to a white minus-sign inside a black circle.
You can set any CSS property at any level of an outline using rules. So there's large variety of things you can do.
This example sets font-weight, font-family, font-size and line-height.