If you need to apply style to a messagebox dialog in Creatio, you’ll need to do a small hack that allows you to identify your specific messagebox in the markup so your CSS/style doesn’t apply to all messageboxes. If your dialog is a real dialog or a mini page, this hack isn’t needed since you […]
When you have a Date/Time column, or just a Time column in Creatio, you’ll get a time picker control that includes a drop down of every 15 minute interval. For example, you’ll see 9:00 AM, 9:15 AM, 9:30 AM, 9:45 AM, 10:00 AM, etc. However, there’s a quick CSS hack that we can use to […]
When viewing a list in Creatio, whether a section list or a detail list, there are two views you can chose from: List view or Tile view. List view is more of a typical datagrid like display with single rows of data and tile view is where you can have multiple rows of fields for […]
There are times you might want to add CSS styles to the entire Creatio application. I wrote an article previously about how to add CSS styles to Creatio where I outlined how to add CSS to a specific page. In that article I mentioned, towards the end, that if you want to add CSS globally, […]
Changing a Detail Grid to a Horizontal Layout instead of Vertical Rows in Creatio (formerly bpm’online)
One of the things I love about Creatio is how it is so simple for a non-developer to customize while still allowing developers to take it further, all at the same time. In this article, we’ll completely change how a detail grid is displayed by taking it further with some CSS. In short, we’ll modify […]
In my last article I showed how you can determine if the current user is a portal user or not. In this article we will use that to selectively apply some custom CSS to the portal only. If you’re new to applying CSS styles in Creatio, take a look this article on the topic before […]
In Creatio, the default for field labels is middle alignment. This is all fine, but for multi-line text fields, this can look confusing to some users. The label will be aligned to the middle of the multi-line text field, but the cursor, or entered text will be aligned to the top of the textbox itself. […]
Adding custom style sheets in bpm’online is a very easy task. You can add custom style sheets to specific pages or sections, or even globally to the entire application. In this article we will look at adding a custom style sheet to the Opportunity page. For this example, we’ll just apply a simple style to […]
In my last post, I discussed how the Infor CRM (Saleslogix) ComboBox is a Dijit Select form widget. This opens up a few different things about what you can do to the control based on what is possible to do with the Dijit Select. For example, controlling the height of the popup list for the ComboBox.
Something that has always frustrated me when using the SalesLogix Web client was how the picklist control only shows four items in the dropdown and you have to scroll up or down to see the rest. This works fine for lists with only a few items, but for bigger lists it is a huge pain. It wasn't until a coworker was asked by a customer that I gave it any thought about how to go about changing this. Luckily, it's a pretty easy change to make.
Just a quick post about how you can control visibility of a server control on a SalesLogix web page using the Style attribute.
Recently, we had a request to modify the “You have unsaved data on this page” prompt which shows up in the Web Client after modifying data, but before saving the change. This change was requested to increase the visibility of this message to insure that users would remember to save after making changes. The look […]