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I have an HTML page with an Accordion control having several tab (pages). I'm able to change the tab content background color but it's not what I'm looking for.
I want to change the default grey of the tab header background (and possibly the text font darker grey) color to something else.
Is it something possible ? It doesn't seems to be part of any Accordion properties options.
When I change the Document Theme it does change the tab background color but also affect everything else on the page.
Should I create a custom Theme similar to the one I used but where the Accordion tab will be customized to "my" colors ? If so, how can I found the location/name of the selected Theme to have the starting point to adapt as I need ?
Thanks to confirm my assumption and send me in the right way.This message has been edited. Last edited by: MartinY,
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Using developer tools within your browser, you should be able to locate the class for the element in question.
Creating a simple HTML page with just the accordian control with a couple of extra pages, I can see that my one is using bip_neutral.css and then using the classes IBI_pageHeaderText, IBI_pageHeader_Selected and IBI_pageHeader for a few of the styling attributes such as colour, font and font-weight.
Personally, if you only wanted to change the colouration for this one situation, I would add some styling within the "Embedded CSS" tab -