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I have a visual force page which uses pageblock tag:

<apex:pageblock title="Sample">

</apex:pageblock>

I would like to make the background color of title="Sample" as green. How can I add styles to the pageblock tag. I tried tabstyle but seems like it does not serve the purpose.

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I don't see a Salesforce supported way of doing this. But for a little bit hacking into this you can use the below css code which is working for me:

body .bPageBlock .pbHeader {
    background-color: Green; 
}

You don't need to add an class or attributes in your html for using this.

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  • Thanks. What if I don't have a html tag in my code. Is it still doable? Any Hack for that? – SfdcBat Jun 1 '16 at 5:00
  • Sorry , I tried and it worked with out <html> tags. THanks – SfdcBat Jun 1 '16 at 5:01

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