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In this Example, let's assume every item had the attribute $item['approved'] with values Zero unapproved and One for approved.

How can I get the rows of the "unapproved books" to be yellow?

(well, it's not about the yellow, but about the WP standard compliant procedure of marking rows as unapproved)

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    I have trouble following how row actions (controls) connect to row presentation (styling) in your question? – Rarst Jun 1 '13 at 12:36
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Well, the yellow comes from

<tr class="unapproved">

and this is, in crass contrast to what the usual WP_List_Table introduction might suggest, not an automatism, but generated very verbatim:

See e.g. single_row() in wp-admin/includes/class-wp-comments-list-table.php:

function single_row( $a_comment ) {
                global $post, $comment;

                $comment = $a_comment;
                $the_comment_class = join( ' ', get_comment_class( wp_get_comment_status( $comment->comment_ID ) ) );

                $post = get_post( $comment->comment_post_ID );

                $this->user_can = current_user_can( 'edit_comment', $comment->comment_ID );

                echo "<tr id='comment-$comment->comment_ID' class='$the_comment_class'>";
                echo $this->single_row_columns( $comment );
                echo "</tr>\n";
        }

which overrides the standard method inherited from wp-admin/includes/class-wp-list-table.php

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