- Click on the Styles Tab.
- Click the
- Enter a name and description in the appropriate fields.
- The base color defaults to #84baee - the hex value for the color blue. You can replace this value but it MUST be with a hex color value. If you do not supply the #,
will add it for you. Lighter/darker colors are calculated from this color. If you change the base color, they will automatically be recalculated when you tab out of the field or when you click the Recalculate from base button. This color is used for anything that's clickable in your form e.g. print, help, date picker, uploads, workflow navigation icons, button gradients etc.
- The colors for most of the categories are generated from the base color. Some colors have defaults instead. You can change any color you want provided you supply the hex color value. Here is a list of the properties, the default colors and where in your form the assigned color will display:
|Style Property||Default Value||Description|
|Style Name||MyStyle||Name of your Style|
|Description||My customized colors and fonts||Description of your Style|
Lighter/darker colors are calculated from this color. If you change the base color, they will automatically be recalculated when you tab out of the field. This color is used for anything that's clickable in your form e.g. print, help, date picker, uploads, workflow navigation icons, audit trail icon, button gradients etc.
|Background||#ffffff||Form Background Color. Background color of a space.|
Change the form/workflow font. Be aware that changing the default font can have side effects like disturbing precise control alignment. Please check your forms/workflows carefully if you change the font. Leave blank to use the default font. When you click on the field, you will see a dropdown which will display a list of the default fonts: Arial, Geneva, Helvetica, Lucida Grande, Monaco, sans-serif, Tahoma, Times, Verdana
|Label Font Color||#333333||Color of Control Labels. If you specify a different font color on a particular control in your form, it will override the Style setting, used when no task in present in Task List on devices, form/workflow name,user's First /Last name,audit trail header,messages on the Task List.|
|Input Font Color||#111111||Color of text entered in input, text area and other controls. Also, used as the font color dropdown options.|
|Color displayed when the field has the input focus. It is the highlighting color when an input field is selected.|
|Borders||#badeff||Color of most borders. Some controls like Tables use a slightly lighter border. See Lighter Borders below.|
Section header, Table header, Dropdown gradient, top bar in Mobile renderings.
|Invalid Control Bot||#fffed9|
If the control contains invalid data, the bottom half of the Invalid control displays with this color. Use this color value in conjunction with the Invalid Control top to change the color for Required fields in your form. See the example below.
|Invalid Control Top||#fffbf7|
If the control contains invalid data, the top half of the Invalid control displays with this color. Use this color value in conjunction with the Invalid Control bot to change the color for Required fields in your form. See the example below.
|Invalid Section/Tab||#ff5b4f||Color of collapsed section that is invalid (label/icon), Tab that is not selected containing invalid controls, Must Sign button, Error icon, Error msg.|
|Submit Error Highlight||blank||Use this to specify the background color for invalid controls in a form. Invalid controls will be highlighted with this color when the Submit button is clicked. If you leave this blank, invalid controls will be highlighted with the default color (orange). The color will disappear when data is entered or corrected in the field and it becomes valid. If the form is valid, it can be submitted. Refer to this topic for more information about this feature. See the example below for instructions to change the color.|
|Disabled Control End||#f2f2f2||This is the background gradient end color for disabled controls..|
Text and tic for the Done button in the Signature Lightbox, text and tic for the Done button of the Upload control Lightbox. Label and decorator for continue / submit / done (signature) / upload (upload control). Much lighter version of the base color.
|Lighter Three||#f2f9ff||Color of watermark used in spaces. Also used for the dropdown hover when selecting forms/workflows/Task List from a the main menu of a space. Lighter version of the base color.|
|Lighter Two||#d9edff||Color of selected drop down option, signature icon, task in task list, disabled icons in task list. Lighter version of the base color.|
Color of all decorators, workflow step that is not ready, disabled icons in task list.
|Lighter Borders||#d9edff||Used as the border for the Table control, icons and tasklist in a mobile space .|
|Darker One||#1578d4||Top color of button gradient, Percent/Step navigation for workflows, Mobile navigation control text|
|Darker Two||#136bbd||Running/Runnable steps for workflows, Space menu links on desktop.|
Help display background color, selected radio/checkbox, task descriptions.
Plus icon for adding repeat items.
Minus icon for removing repeat items.
|Primary Btn Start||#84baee||Primary Action Button Gradient Start Color. The Primary Action Button is the Submit button on a form and the Continue/Submit button on a workflow. Default value is the same as the base color.|
|Primary Btn End||#1578d4|
Primary Action Button Gradient End Color. The Primary Action Button is the Submit button on a form and the Continue/Submit button on a workflow. Default value is the same as darker one.
|Primary Btn Border||#136bbd||Primary Action Button Border Color. The Primary Action Button is the Submit button on a form and the Continue/Submit button on a workflow. Default value is the same as darker two.|
|#ffffff||Secondary Action Button Gradient Start Color. The Secondary Action Button is the Cancel button on a form. Default value is white.|
|#f7fbff||Background Color for the Cancel,Save,Print,Clear buttons. Secondary Action Button Gradient End Color. The Secondary Action Button is the Cancel button on a form. Default value is the same as lighter four.|
|#136bbd||Secondary Action Button Border Color. The Secondary Action Button is the Cancel button on a form. Default value is the same as darker two.|
|Default Gradient Start|
|This is the background gradient start color for all controls including disabled controls.|
The next section shows the overrides that can be used to set the colors for a specific control type. Hover over the override color fields in this section for helpful hints for each field.