How to: Add an Image to an Activity Button

The RoleTailored client includes images that you can use on activity buttons in the navigation pane. Images are displayed on the left side of activity buttons, as shown in the following navigation pane example.

Navigation pane clip that shows Activity buttons

To add an image on an activity button, you must provide the name of the image. For a list of images and their names, see Activity Button Image Library.

Note

You cannot set up an image on the page links of an activity button. All page links in the navigation pane use a default image that cannot be changed.

You set up activity buttons the page that is used as the Role Center. To complete this procedure, you must have the name or ID of the Role Center page.

To set up image on an activity button

  1. In the Classic client, on the Tools menu, click Object Designer.

  2. In Object Designer, click Page, select the Role Center page, and then click Design.

  3. In Page Designer, select a blank row.

    You can find a blank row at the bottom of Page Designer. A blank rows gives you access to Action Designer for the page object instead of a single element.

  4. On the View menu, click Actions.

  5. In Action Designer, locate the action that has the Type set to ActionContainer and the SubType set to ActivityButtons.

    This defines the activity button container.

  6. Select the ActionGroup row for the activity button on which you want the image. Activity buttons are defined by the actions that have the Type set to ActionGroup.

  7. On the View menu, click Properties.

  8. In the Properties window, in the Value field for the Image property, type the name of the image that is found in the activity button image library. For more information, see Activity Button Image Library.

Note

If the RoleTailored client is currently open, you will not see your changes until you close and restart.

See Also

Tasks

How to: Create an Activity Button and Page Links in the Navigation Pane

Concepts

Activity Button Image Library