The default stylesheet is located at css/ Do not modify this file, it will be erased on update!

You can create your own stylesheet which will be loaded instead of the default one. Your custom stylesheet has to be located at css/

If you have installed Pimp my Log with composer, install the custom css file in the root of composer at css/ ! If you install the css/ at the root of Pimp my Log in /vendor/potsky/pimp-my-log/ss/, it will be deleted while the next composer update !!!


If you only want to override some default values (and want to have future style updates), you can include the original CSS file in your file and add some style.

The following example shows you how to disable the new log border color while keeping all default styles. Here is your file:

/* Load the default stylesheet */
@import url('');

/* Override only this setting */
.newlog td:first-child {

Table headers

All headers

You can of course define a style for all header columns :

/* For logs table header */
.logs th {
    text-align: center;

Specific headers

A header from the logs table looks like this in HTML:

<th class="Date">Date<span class="glyphicon glyphicon-chevron-down"></span></th>

The class Date is the parameter defined in the config.user.json file:

"files": {
    "apache": {
        "format"  : {
            "match": {
                "Date" : 1,

Date name is chosen by you during configuration process. So you can define a style for the header of the column Date or what you want like this:

.logs th.Date {
    text-align: right;


All columns

You can of course define a style for all logs columns :

/* For all logs table cells */
.logs td {
        font-size: 0.8em;

Specific column

The HTML content for a cell looks like this in HTML:

<td title="Raw value" class="pml-Severity pml-badge">Formatted value</td>

The name of the column here is Severity with type badge.

So you can change the style of content of the column Severity:

/* Specific to column */
.pml-Severity {
    font-size: 1em;

And you can of course change the style of all badge columns like this:

/* Specific to cell types */
.pml-badge {
    font-size: 1em;

Per file type

The HTML content for all rows (headers and logs) is:

<tr class="apache1">...</tr>

The current parsed log file ID is defined as a CSS classname so you can customize distinct design according to each log file.

New logs

When new logs are available, a thin left border is applied on their rows. The default color is violet:

You can replace the color in the CSS code by one of these:

You can disable this feature by not including this code from the css/ file:

/* New log color on the row */
.newlog td:first-child {
    background-position: 0 0;
    background-size: 1px 100%;
    background-repeat: no-repeat;