I'd like to reproduce a standard Lead conversion page style in a custom visualforce page. However, I'm seeing a number of differences.

Some are in visual style, e.g. block section titlebar:

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There are also lines between rows which are not present in default style (not visible in the above pictures).

Other changes are in code produced by pages, but that could be due to code differences.


  1. How can I reproduce the visual style of a standard Salesforce page like Lead Convert
  2. Is .page source code available for standard Lead Convert page?

Keep standardStylesheets="true" and look into the mode attribute on apex:pageBlock.


you can change the visual block style in visualforce, by setting the attribute mode to edit on <apex:pageBlock>

<apex:pageBlock mode="edit">

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as far as the code for standard pages go, I can't help you. If you needed help on converting Leads, take a look at: ConvertLead Operation

  • That works great! I'm upvoting your answer and accepting the earlier one which describes mode attribute. – ipavlic Mar 15 '13 at 13:57
  1. You can reproduce visual style using tabStyle attribute of <apex:page> tag.

  2. As far as i know you can not have standard page source code.

  • I did use the appropriate tabStyle with tabStyle="Lead". – ipavlic Mar 15 '13 at 11:18

Have you tried using Layout Page ?

Layout Page

  • It's not so useful for Lead Convert page, but it's great for standard objects. Thanks! – ipavlic Mar 15 '13 at 14:20

You can convert any existing layout to a VisualForce page using one of the functions of the Salesforce Enabler DataLoader plug-in to excel that can be downloaded for free at www.taralex.us

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