Personalise the PDF report by adjusting the colour of headers to fit your company style and colour.
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1. Turn on the Advanced mode
Once you have logged into the MoreApp Platform, create or select your form and click on Edit Form. When you have finished the form, you can turn on the Advanced mode in the Email tab. After you switched on the Advanced settings of the Email, modifications in your form are not updated automatically in the PDF report. When you add a new widget to your form, manually add the widget in the PDF report using HTML-code or click on Reset attachment in the bottom right corner of the Email tab. MoreApp will update the new widget codes accordingly to their position in your form.
2. Open the codeview
Scroll downwards in the Email tab. You can find the code view ( </> ) just above the logo in the PDF settings. The HTML-code automatically becomes visible after you have clicked on code view.
Search in the HTML-code (ctrl + f for Windows / cmd + f for Mac) for #1dc4c2. The #1dc4c2 represents the MoreApp blue colour of the headers of the standard generated PDF file. You can adjust the colour code to any code of your liking.
3. Change colour codes of all subforms
A Subform-widget has its own Email tab. Consequently, you need to adjust the colour of the subform by repeating the process mentioned above. Click on the Subform-widget, open the subform by clicking on the arrow and go to the Email tab of the Subform-widget. Open the code view of the subform's PDF settings and search for #1dc4c2. Change the standard colour to the same colour you have chosen in your main form. It is of paramount importance to adjust the background colours of all of your subforms. If one is not altered, your PDF output will maintain MoreApp's standard blue colour.
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