Tip

Changing The Default Link Color In A View.

Did you ever have a blue shaded background on the web that didn't really work
with the document links in your Domino view? You can change the default blue
color of the links by adding some simple HTML into your view column (without
rendering the whole view as HTML contents).
In the column that is acting as your links for the web, go to the formula
window. The particular example I am showing uses a field name, but this can be
expanded as needed.

Enter the following code where white is the color of your choice and
FieldName is the name of your field.

"&LTspan style=\'color:white\'>" + FieldName +"</span>"

***Note: Brackets [] should be placed inside both sets of quotation marks.***

This view column will show the entire line in Notes so you need to either
create a view for the web only, hide the column from Notes users, or come up
with some crazy @if formula.

This was first published in November 2000

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