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Duplicate: Themes: Add option for custom css file/url (Closed)
24.03.2021 17:04

I've overlooked an already existing user voice created by Markus.


Hi,

could we please get an option to define an additional .css file inside the theme. It could be similar to the implementation for defining the logos which can be loaded from an URL or uploaded as a file.

Benefits:
- We don't need to use the HTML field on the form level, like https://community.webcon.com/forum/thread/41/15
- HTML fields can't be displayed on reports so we are creating other workarounds
- It's not necessary to load these via dashboards
- Single point of failure instead while providing a consistent user interface
- With this we could fix small issues ourselves for example: https://community.webcon.com/forum/thread/380

Best regards,
Daniel

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25.03.2021 13:23

Hi Daniel!

Thanks for the good suggestion.

I would go here a little bit further and would like to see an option, which allows us to include some custom Javascript and / or CSS in the whole portal or for Application Level. This should be configurable in the Designer Studio.

Best regards, Nik

25.03.2021 13:35

In reply to: Hi Daniel!

Thanks for the good suggestion.

I would go here a little bit further and would like to see an option, which allows us to include some custom Javascript and / or CSS in the whole portal or for Application Level. This should be configurable in the Designer Studio.

Best regards, Nik

Hi Nik,

I think this would be a nice addition to define JS files on global/application level. :)

Of course you could load .css files within the JS but than you would need to identify the current theme to load the appropriate file to load.

Best regards,
Daniel

29.03.2021 12:51

good to see, that you've agreed, that html fields are quite limited for custom styling.

This is what i basically asked for a while ago

https://community.webcon.com/forum/thread/41/15

The screenshot i created contains a css editor included in the theme editor.
Kind of how it is done in former wizdom intranet.

29.03.2021 18:15

In reply to: good to see, that you've agreed, that html fields are quite limited for custom styling.

This is what i basically asked for a while ago

https://community.webcon.com/forum/thread/41/15

The screenshot i created contains a css editor included in the theme editor.
Kind of how it is done in former wizdom intranet.

Thanks for the reminder I only had the path style suggestions in mind.