You can change much of the appearance of Self Service by editing the color scheme used with it, and changing the images used.
Self Service is supplied with a set of color schemes that you can choose to use immediately. Alternatively, you can copy one of the built-in schemes and then edit that copy to meet your requirements. Be aware that editing a color scheme can be a time-consuming activity.
You can select the color scheme using the System preferences page AND the My preferences page. If a color scheme is set in My preferences, it takes preference for that user.
You cannot edit the built-in schemes, but can copy them as a starting point for your custom schemes.
The tabs on the New Color Scheme page include a preview of the section of the color scheme being edited, and controls that enable you to set colors or upload images.
The color controls include a drop-down that displays available colors, and a text box into which you can type the hex triplet for the required color (in the form #RRGGBB, where RR, GG, and BB are the hexadecimal values for red, green, and blue). Some of the color fields have two color controls, to enable you to apply a color gradient.
The maximum height for the logo is 50 pixels. There is no maximum width for the logo, but if your logo is too wide it will extend under the other controls on the toolbar.
You can change the background image used behind the document area in a similar manner, using the Background images field on the Header and frame tab.
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