You can use themes to customize the colors in your organization's UI. By default, your organization uses the standard Salesforce theme.
Admins can use custom Themes to provide a distinct layout to user groups based on how those groups interact with their Salesforce org. For example, admins could give a distinct color theme to users who only have access to the Salesforce CPQ Community.
When you create a new theme, a small .CSS file is saved in Documents. This file overwrites the Salesforce CPQ default color theme. You can associate this theme to either the SteelBrick Settings or to an individual user or user group profile, causing the new theme to overwrite the default theme when SteelBrick loads.
To create a new theme for your organization:
Note: If you make changes to a theme you created previously, you may need to clear your browser's cache to see the changes go into effect.
The Header section lets you set colors for the following header items:
The General section lets you update colors for the major sections of your page, listed below:
The Group Buttons section lets you set colors for the following elements:
The Table section lets you set colors for the following table elements:
The Primary Buttons section lets you update colors for the following elements:
The Icons section lets you update colors for the following icon elements:
User themes can be set for individual users or for the entire organization.
Change Themes for Your Organization:
Set a User Theme
Automatic Theme Assignment
Admins can create a Workflow Rule that automatically assigns a Theme to a user based on that user's User Type. This feature is useful for admins who wish to distinguish their org's Parter Community Users from users with full access to Salesforce CPQ.
Hide Icons on Object Header Pages
As of Salesforce CPQ 26.1, admins may choose to hide icons on Page Headers. This is accomplished by navigating to the Theme Editor and checking the Hide Icons on Page Headers checkbox.