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Ability to change main menu banner colour

Can the banner colour be customizable to suit the customer's colours? I have several clients wondering if the main banner colour (blue one) can be changed to represent their own colour. I do understand Acumatica is using colours to promote their colours, but it would be a good feature to have it customizable.

  • Gavin Chang
  • Jul 30 2015
  • Already exists
  • Attach files
  • aditya ambaliya commented
    July 22, 2019 09:53

    Hii, I create a nice color code site

    Photo editing and web site designing are used a lot.

  • Daryl Bowman commented
    December 26, 2017 20:48

    As Doug said, this can be easily accomplished already.


    1.  Download the two attached files.
    2.  Open the files in a code editing program, like Notepad++ or Visual Studio.  Even Notepad could work.
    3. Use the 'Find and Replace' function to find and replace the following:  (you could simply change the hues of these values with a tool like
      1. Primary color:      #b4a83f  (medium)
      2. Secondary color: #b4a64a (very slightly darker)
      3. Tertiary color:       #8f8632  (darker)
    4. On the server hosting Acumatica, copy the 'Default' folder in 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Acumatica\*instanceName*\App_Themes' and rename it to whatever you want your new theme to be named.  Replace the '00_Controls.css' file in your newly copied folder with your edited version.
    5. On the server hosting Acumatica, navigate to 'C:\Program Files (x86)\Acumatica\*instanceName*\Content' and rename your edited 'SiteMustard.css' to say 'Site*ThemeName*' where *ThemeName* is the same name you gave to the folder you renamed in step 4.  In the attached file, *ThemeName* is 'Mustard'.
    6. Sign into Acumatica, navigate to 'Site Preferences' (SM.20.05.05) and pick your new theme from the 'Interface Theme' dropdown.  (If the theme is not in the list, try performing 'iisreset' on the server hosting Acumatica)
  • Douglas Johnson commented
    December 21, 2017 18:42

    You can accomplish this using an interface theme. An interface theme is basically a CSS file that allows you to change colors, fonts, etc. for a deployment.