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I used the instructions in this link to develop a lightning custom search component to be used in community.
Developing Custom Search Component (https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.communities_dev.meta/communities_dev/communities_dev_example_search.htm)

It works fine. But, my client wants to increase the size of the font and the search icon. I was not able to find a way to specify height for ui:inputText and also I was not able to change the search icon. Has anyone implemented this before?
I want the parent node label to be slightly bigger than the child node labels. It looks like both of them are using the same slds classes. Is there a way to use a slightly larger font for parent node than the child nodes?
Is there a way expand/collapse nodes of lightning tree from javascript?
Is there a way to wrap text in lightning tree?
Is there a way expand/collapse nodes of lightning tree from javascript?
Is there a way to wrap text in lightning tree?
I'm using the lightning tree component and I'm trying to dynamically select an item after Init through an event and want all parent nodes expanded. I have a separte lighting component that the user selects and item and then an event is passed to my component with the Tree containing the Tree Node Name I want to select. This is all working fine but I can't get the lighting:tree component to work.

The expanded issue:
My java script code works to the point of setting all the expanded=true flags for all parent items of the item I want selected but it never renders the children. I can see the expanded icon changed but none of the children are rendered. If I expand everything in the Init handler it displays the tree correctly but on the event java script to change the selected item it just changes the expanded icon and all text is the same.

The Selection Issue: I'm not sure how to select an Item in the tree or what java script I need to make this happen. Any help would be appreciated.

The Topic Catalog Component proves that it is possible to create a component that lists out just the nav topics. How do we replicate this?
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I have an object layout displayed as a tab inside Sales Console. I have some Javascript attached to the onClick event of a button on the layout. In the Javascript I would like to retrieve the Base URL displayed in the browser. So if I have 'https://[instancenumber].salesforce.com/console' I would like to get 'https://[instancenumber].salesforce.com'. I use within Javascript:


but I always get NaN. I know that I might use Javascript directly but I would like to know why this Salesforce approach does not work and I can make it work. Thanks
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<ui:inputDate aura:id="dateValue" label="d" change="c.dateHandler" displayDatePicker="true"/> , I noticed the change event is not fired if you select the date via the date picker. ? any other suggestion