doForms allows you to set a default set of appearance parameters. This eliminates the need to set colors and other parameters each time you add an element to your form. You can however override the default settings for any tool by simply picking the Custom option.
There are several ways of accessing the appearance settings.
From the form builder tab menu, select Settings > Form appearance menu item. This will open the settings window enabling you to select and set the standard colors for the form.
The settings may also be changed from the Appearance property's Edit defaults link. The Standard Colors option is the default color theme that may be changed. The Custom Settings allow you to show pick the specific color for the tool.
By selecting the property's custom options, you are changing the appearance from the standard set of colors, allowing you to differentiate the selected question from the rest of the questions on the form.
Setting a Common Theme
If you have a common theme that you would like to apply to all your tools use the form appearance settings and set you standard color set here. Since the default is to Use Defaults the common color settings will apply and take on the colors set in your theme.
Shaded headings - Enable the background colors used with the tool's heading text.
Border around the heading - For tools with this setting the border color may be changed.
Button shades and text color - Set the colors for the background and text of a button.
Label Shading (select) - Sets the background color for the text of the tool.
Remove border around answer - Removes the black border around the answer section of the widget.
Answer Color - Allows the user to default the color of each answer to a specific color.
Active Box Color - Allows the user to change the color of the active border around a selected field. This setting helps identify what field is currently active.
Shaded row - For tables & grids, set the colors for alternating rows.
Shaded Grids & Tables
There are more options for the Grids & Tables tools. These tools can their rows or column shaded as a theme. The possible options are:
Top Row Only
Every Other Row
First Column Only
Every Other Column
Additional styling can be done using HTML tags for captions and hints.