Field styles allow you to declare individual CSS styles for a field in a list or
Role required: personalize_styles or admin
The CSS lets you change the following attributes of a field.
- Change the color.
- Change the font attributes (bold, italics, underline).
- Change the padding and alignment of text.
You can define field styles for tables and database views that are in the same scope
as the field style and for other tables that have at least one field in the same
scope as the field style. Field styles defined for a table will not apply
to database views that include the table. You must create separate field styles for
Navigate to the list of styles for the field in one of the following
- Right-click the field label on the form and select Configure
- Navigate to
, and locate the field to apply a style (admin only).
Click New, or click the style to modify.
Complete the form.
||Table that contains the field.
Note: The list shows only
tables and database views that meet the scope
protections for field styles.
||The field to which the style applies.
||The exact value or script-based-condition required to
apply the style.
Note: The value only affects
list field styles. To apply field styles on both lists
and forms, leave this field blank.
||The CSS style to apply.
For example, to make the
background of the Incident Category fields red in record
lists, with a 24px font size and white text color, enter
the following code.
To add alternative text for a style, configure the form to add the alternative text field.
For styles like the VIP style icon, you can add alternative text so that
screen readers can differentiate between the style and the
Click Submit or Update.