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Themes in D365

 Shailesh Wath   Leave a comment

Introduction:

With themes in D365, organizations have the ability to uniquely brand the D365 System with supported way to apply organization’s logo and colour choices to the application.

Themes:

Themes in D365 can be incorporated in several simple steps,

Step 1: Under Settings, select Customizations and then Themes.

Step 2:

By default, D365 default theme is present in the system. Now If we want to create theme for our organization, select New Theme. D365 default theme can be used as a reference to understand how themes work in D365.

Step 3:

Once New theme is selected the page layout is as follows:

Let’s see how individual field works and what it means.

Theme Name:

  • Here user can specify the Theme Name.
  • After a name is specified and record is saved then default values are set.

Logo:

  • Sets selected Logo replacing default Dynamics 365 logo.
  • Click “New” in search option of Logo field.
  • Logo Image recommended size is 400px in width and 50px in height also supported image file formats are .gif, .jpg and .png
  • Enter details as required ,upload logo image and publish web resource.
  • Click button in Ribbon “Publish Theme” and below are changes as highlighted.

Logo Tooltip:

Set Tooltip on Logo as highlighted below:

Navigation Bar Color:

Set Navigation Bar Color replacing default black Color.

Navigation Bar Shelf Color:

This field sets Navigation Bar Shelf Color of Navigation Bar

Header Color:

This setting sets Font Color of Header of Sub Area.

Global Link Color:

This field sets Color of link record.

Selected Link Effect:

This field sets Color of Selected Records.

Process Control Color:

This field changes Business Process Flow Header Color.

Default Entity Color:

This field sets default Entity Color for all Entities except Custom Entities.

Default Custom Entity Color:

This field sets default Color for all Custom Entities.

Control Shade & Control Border:

Above field settings set control border and shade.

Step 4:

Once theme is completed and we need to publish it by click Ribbon button “Publish Theme”.

Note: Publish theme gets applied to all D365 users.

Conclusion :

Hoping this blog explains how to design theme for client.

 


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