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itsmebvk
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Continued Contributor

How to Enable Visual Title Using Power BI JSON Themes?

 

Hi Experts,

 

While I am creating Power BI report template using JSON everything seems to be working except report title.  In JSON I have enabled "Report Title" property, whenever my users import this JSON they should see a message in visual title saying "Enter Title". However when I import this theme, until I go to properties and enter some text in visual title, visual is not showing any title.

 

Can you please look at the below script and correct my mistake.

 

Thank you.

 

 

itsmebvamsi_1-1665988379907.png

 

 

{
  "name": "Custom",
  "dataColors": [
    "#006666",
    "#008060",
    "#56BAA4",
    "#ED2525",
    "#DB042C",
    "#FF8526",
    "#8D175F",
    "#008AC2",
    "#4CC6D9",
    "#F7C233",
    "#A3CC82",
    "#A0DFEF",
    "#DDB6C1",
    "#EFEFEF"
  ],
  "visualStyles": {
    "*": {
      "*": {
        "title": [
          {
            "Show": true,
			"titleText": "Enter Title",
            "alignment": "center",
            "fontColor": { "solid": { "color": "#FFFFFF" } },
            "background": { "solid": { "color": "#006666" } },
            "fontSize": 14,
            "fontFamily": "Segoe (Bold)"
          }
        ]

      }
    },

    "tableEx": {
      "*": {
        "columnHeaders": [
          {
            "backColor": { "solid": { "color": "#404E4D" } },
            "fontColor": { "solid": { "color": "#FFFFFF" } },
            "alignment": "Center",
            "fontFamily": "Calibri",
            "fontSize": 10
          }
        ],
		 "border": [
          {
            "show": true,
            "radius": 5
          }
        ]

      }
    }


  }

} 

 

 

itsmebvamsi_0-1665988369430.png

 

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itsmebvk
Continued Contributor
Continued Contributor

I think I  got answer to my question. I need to correct property name. Instead of using "text" as property name I was using "titletext" as property name. After correcting this property it worked. For others reference attached correct JSON card code.

 

 

 

"title": [{
					"show": true,
					"text":  "Enter Title Using Title Property",
					"alignment": "center",
					"fontColor": { "solid": { "color": "#FFFFFF" } },
					"background": { "solid": { "color": "#006666" } },
					"fontSize": 14,
					"fontFamily": "Segoe UI Bold"
				}]

 

Regards

bvk

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itsmebvk
Continued Contributor
Continued Contributor

I think I  got answer to my question. I need to correct property name. Instead of using "text" as property name I was using "titletext" as property name. After correcting this property it worked. For others reference attached correct JSON card code.

 

 

 

"title": [{
					"show": true,
					"text":  "Enter Title Using Title Property",
					"alignment": "center",
					"fontColor": { "solid": { "color": "#FFFFFF" } },
					"background": { "solid": { "color": "#006666" } },
					"fontSize": 14,
					"fontFamily": "Segoe UI Bold"
				}]

 

Regards

bvk

v-yadongf-msft
Community Support
Community Support

Hi @itsmebvk ,

 

You can customize and standardize nearly all the elements that are listed in the Format section of the Visualizations pane, either through customizations made directly in Power BI Desktop, or through a report theme JSON file. Please refer to:Use report themes in Power BI Desktop - Power BI | Microsoft Learn

 

Best regards,

Yadong Fang

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