Working with Styles

You can change the way Service Manager looks, including its colors, fonts, and logos. All styles comply with standard CSSCascading Style Sheet. Use to define how to display HTML elements. HEAT Service Management allows a limited amount of CSS control within the list highlighter. rules and can be defined with or without expressions (see About Using Expressions in Styles).

There are different ways to use styles in Service Manager:

Highlighter Styles: (formerly known as the Grid Highlighter). You can create your own styles or use the default styles to be applied to lists, forms (see Using Forms), and controls. See Using Highlighter Styles.

Style Editor: You can define the look and colors of the overall application, including logo, headers, footers, panels, and workspaces. See .

See also the following topics:

Example: Highlighting Certain Incidents in a List

Example: Showing Fields in Different Colors Based on Value

About Using Expressions in Styles