The Meridian Editor Theme page controls the color scheme of your Meridian-powered app. This articles describes how you can use this page to customize your app.
In the sidebar, click Theme.
The logo image will appear at the top of your Featured page.
<img width="200" src="media/ios_theme_logo.png" style="float: left;"> <img width="200" src="media/android_theme_logo.png" style="float: left;"> <div style="clear: both"></div>
For best results make sure your logo image size is at least 500px X 150px in the PNG image format.
You can upload logo images in two ways.
First, click and drag an image onto the IMAGE droplet.
Second, click the IMAGE droplet, find the image file on your computer, and then upload it.
Once the image is uploaded, a thumbnail of the image is added to the droplet.
Click Delete to remove the image. Click Download to save the image to your computer.
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The Theme changes certain colors in white-label Meridian-powered apps.
The Primary Color sets the Meridian-powered app’s header color.
The Secondary Color sets the text color of the app’s link text and other elements.
There are slight differences in how the Theme colors are used in iOS and Android Meridian-powered apps.
The Theme Preset colors were chosen by the Meridian Design team as colors that tend to work well in a Meridian-powered app. There are eight preset colors to choose between.
The Custom theme color square lets you choose your own Primary and Secondary Colors.
Click a color square to bring up a color picker widget.