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The Infowise Color Choice field is a critical ingredient in producing dynamic visually appealing tools and content. This field offers the flexibility needed to make visually appealing project tools. You can choose from the out of the box library of Infowise icons or upload your own libary of icons and reference them by URL. Alternatively you may change the color of the field or record based on the respective values.

Last modified: 9/28/2015 1:30 PM
4 comments [latest: 11/11/2016 7:08 PM]
Anezilane [12/3/2015 11:56 AM]
If the sharepoint site is a Publishing Site, click Site Settings Edit Page, then on the lhenfatd side of the screen look for the "Page" javascript dropdown menu and select page settings, modify the Title here.If you would like to change the "Home" title on all of the other pages (team sites, blank webpart pages) navigate to C:\Inetpub\wwwroot\wss\VirtualDirectories\80\App_GlobalResources\wss.en-US.resx and change the Home text in the string data name="multipages_homelink_text" value Home value
Morten Urrang [11/11/2016 6:35 PM]
Will it only work on a standard list view style? The Standard style is not very good on lists With many items, then the shadow style is better, but looks like both colours and symbols then dont work?
Vladi Gubler [11/11/2016 7:08 PM]
Morten: depends if you are on premises or in O365. In O365 it will work as long as the view supports client-side rendering. If it does not (as some types do it), it will not work (actually, no custom fields of any kind will work there). On premises, most view types will work.
 
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