I just published a survey from ArcGIS Connect that will be accessed by the public via a web form. In connect, I matched my survey to my agency's style guide (background color, text color, etc.) and was happy with the results. However, the survey is "wrapped" in a pale blue color...how can I fix this? It's important that this be branded according to agency guidelines and be more seamless to our public.
Just spent the last hour exploring every setting, etc. to no avail...where is this pale blue background coming from and how can it be changed? Anyone else run into this??
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Has this changed again with the most recent update? I tried using the workaround but it just resets to the default colour theme. I've made sure the previewer is closed and that the file has saved before re-publishing.
As the Survey123 website has improved the capabilities to set custom themes, the need to store multiple themes (one imported from another survey, the organization's theme, and a custom theme) has become apparent. Currently we don't support selecting a theme, but are considering that as a possible enhancement.
I was just following the code update from April 2019 but having the issue of the text not staying in the .info file after republishing. I wanted to check to see if the code might have changed again with any updates for modifying the green default background color?
The steps in this thread are no longer necessary - you can set the page background using the web designer for Survey123 Connect-published surveys.
That being said, the most likely reason the text is not staying is that you are previewing the form with Survey123 Connect - the text needs to be altered while Survey123 Connect is not using the form you are editing.