By default, the grid will display rows with a height of
25px. You can change this for each row
individually to give each row a different height.
To change the row height for the whole grid, set the property
rowHeight to a positive number.
For example, to set the height to 50px, do the following:
<ag-grid-vue :rowHeight="rowHeight" /* other grid options ... */> </ag-grid-vue> this.rowHeight = 50;
Changing the property will set a new row height for all rows, including pinned rows top and bottom.
To change the row height so that each row can have a different height,
getRowHeight(params) callback. For example, to set the height
to 50px for all group rows and 25px for all other rows, do the following:
<ag-grid-vue :getRowHeight="getRowHeight" /* other grid options ... */> </ag-grid-vue> this.getRowHeight = params => params.node.group ? 50 : 20;
The example below shows dynamic row height, specifying a different row height for each row. It uses the
getRowHeight(params) callback to achieve this.
Setting the row height is done once for each row. Once set, the grid will not ask you
for the row height again. You can change the row height after it is initially set
using a combination of
Call this API to have the grid clear all the row
heights and work them all out again from scratch - if you provide a
callback, it will be called again for each row. The grid will then resize and
reposition all rows again. This is the shotgun approach.
You can call
on the rowNode to set its height. The grid will resize the row but will NOT
reposition the rows (i.e. if you make a row shorter, a space will appear between
it and the next row - the next row will not be moved up). When you have set the
row height (potentially on many rows) you need to call
to tell the grid to reposition the rows. It is intended that you can call
rowNode.setRowHeight(height) many times and then call
once at the end.
rowNode.setRowHeight(height), you can either pass in a new height
undefined. If you pass a height, that height will be used for the row.
If you pass in
undefined, the grid will then calculate the row height in the
usual way, either using the provided
rowHeight property or
Sets the row height. Call if you want to change the height initially assigned to the row. After calling, you must call
The example below changes the row height in the different ways described above.
- Top Level Groups: The row height for the groups is changed by calling
api.resetRowHeights(). This gets the grid to call
gridOptions.getRowHeight(params)again for each row.
- Swimming Leaf Rows: Same technique is used here as above. You will need to expand a group with swimming (e.g. United States) and the grid works out all row heights again.
- United States Leaf Rows: The row height is set directly on the
rowNode, and then the grid is told to reposition all rows again by calling
Note that this example uses AG Grid Enterprise as it uses grouping. Setting the row height is an AG Grid Community feature, we just demonstrate it against groups and normal rows below.
If you want text to wrap inside cells rather than truncating, add the flag
wrapText=true to the Column Definition.
The example below has
wrapText=true set on the Latin Text column.
Behind the scenes, this results in the CSS property
being applied to the cell, which causes the text to wrap.
If you are providing a custom Cell Renderer Component,
you can implement text wrapping in the custom component in your own way. The property
is intended to be used when you are not using a custom Cell Renderer.
It is possible to set the row height based on the contents of the cells.
To do this, set
autoHeight=true on each column where
height should be calculated from. For example, if one column is showing
description text over multiple lines, then you may choose to select only
that column to determine the line height.
autoHeight is typically used with
wrapText is not set, and no custom
Cell Renderer Component
is used, then the cell will display all its contents on one line. This is probably not the intention if using Auto Row Height.
If multiple columns are marked with
autoHeight=true then the
height of the largest column is used.
The example below shows Auto Height. Column A has Auto Height enabled by setting both
autoHeight=true. Column B only has
wrapText=true set so its contents are clipped if content doesn't fit.
Columns with Auto Height will always be rendered because the grid needs to set the height of the row. Setting
autoHeight=true adds size listeners to cells and stops Column Virtualisation for these columns which can negatively impact rendering performance. This is why only set Auto Height for columns which require it. For example, if you have many columns that do not require variable height, do not set them to Auto Height.
Auto Height works by the grid listening for height changes for all Cells configured for Auto Height. As such it is only looking at rows that are currently rendered into the DOM. As the grid scrolls vertically and more rows are displayed, the height of those rows will be calculated on the fly.
This means the row heights and row positions are changing as the grid is scrolling vertically. This leads to the following behaviours:
The vertical scroll range (how much you can scroll over) will change dynamically to fit the rows. If scrolling by dragging the scroll thumb with the mouse, the scroll thumb will not follow the mouse. It will either lag behind or jump ahead, depending on whether the row height calculations are increasing or decreasing the vertical scroll range.
If scrolling up and showing rows for the first time (e.g. the user jumps to the bottom scroll position and then starts slowly scrolling up), then the row positions will jump as the rows coming into view at the top will get resized and the new height will impact the position of all rows beneath it. For example if the row gets resized to be 10 pixels taller, rows below it will get pushed down by 10 rows. If scrolling down this isn't observed as rows below are not in view.
The above are results of Lazy Height Calculation. It is not possible to avoid these effects.
Row height for pinned rows works exactly as for normal rows with one difference: it is not possible to dynamically change the height once set. However this is easily solved by just setting the pinned row data again which resets the row heights. Setting the data again is not a problem for pinned rows as it doesn't impact scroll position, filtering, sorting or group open / closed positions as it would with normal rows if the data was reset.