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:: Version 3.2.0 ::

Changing colors and more

In this tutorial, we will see the different solutions you have to modify the iTop colors on the Console

We will start with the simple things which can be changed easily with the ITSM Designer (or a small extension), and finish with the most powerful option consisting in writing your own CSS theme to personalize totally the interface.


Replace the "Orange"

iTop uses in the full-moon theme a gradient of orange from light to dark. You can replace easily this orange, in every place where it is used, by another gradient of colors:

State Colors

iTop can associate to every state value a color and a small icon. Many exists in the default datamodel. You can change them. You can also add new colors and icon on any enumeration field of your datamodel:

iTop for each class, uses a particular color used in the display of objects of that class.

When displaying a list of objects, some can be presented with a background colors to identified them faster


Supported format for a color code

  • hexa: #FF0000
  • RGB: rgb(123, 123, 132)
  • RGBA: rgba(123, 123,123, 0.5)
  • HSL: hsl(123, 50%, 50%)
  • HSLA: hsla(123, 50%, 50%, 0.23)
  • SCSS variables: $ibo-color-transparent, $ibo-body-text-color,…

To use an existing iTop SCSS color code, check the existing values within a 3.0+ iTop with the browser development tool. Then transform it adding a $ resulting in this syntax: $ibo-lifecycle-success-state-primary-color The advantage of using those existing colors, is that a theme creation or modification would apply to your setting/new classes, so you keep consistency within your iTop.

Other variables

Max size of a Tag

If you are have long Tag values and would like them not to be truncated, just change this variable $ibo-input-set–item–max-width, in a similar way as it is done for the colors in this example: Changing main colors

3_2_0/customization/color-overview.txt · Last modified: 2024/06/20 17:28 (external edit)
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