Themes

REACH offers different Themes, giving your organization the ability to style and design your portal. Many of your Theme features can be edited through your Portal Setup and Portal Branding Settings. You can also directly edit the theme templates. When editing and updating REACH Theme Templates, a basic knowledge of HTML and CSS are highly recommended.

To get started:

  • Go to Settings > Themes
  • Under the Your Themes tab, you will see a list of available Themes listed.
  • Click on Preview to review the theme
  • Click on Edit to make edits to the Theme
  • Click on Activate to start using the Theme
  • Click on Delete to delete the Theme

Note: You can also create your own Theme, but this requires web design expertise. If you do this, we highly suggest copying a Theme already available to use as your base Theme and then make your edits as desired. This will automatically bring in your needed layouts and partials for your portal.

On the Theme Store tab, you can view all of the Themes that REACH has available. Click on More Details to learn more about the Theme and Preview the Theme to take a closer look.

Clicking Use Theme will add the Theme under the Your Themes tab but will not activate the Theme. It simply makes the Theme available should you decide to activate it.

As new features and capabilities are added, we often make Theme updates. Our current default theme is Quartz Version 2.1.

The most current default theme is automatically used for new REACH accounts.

We include additional documentation for developers in our Developer Resources section.

We have also listed and detailed the returns for all of the Liquid Objects available in your Theme layouts, templates and partials in our Liquid Objects article.

As many organizations do not have a dedicated web developer, updating and editing your REACH Theme to your specifications is a common request with our Retainer Service. Go to Settings > Retainer Service to put in your request or email our Support team for more details.

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