Site Look-and-Feel Customization
Experience Builder enables you to create a Salesforce Experience Cloud site with your desired brand identity, look and feel, and site structure by providing control over the site’s components, themes, and pages, and its settings for general properties, themes, and SEO.
In the Anypoint API Community Manager control panel, the Community Builder link opens your site for editing. With Community Builder you can edit each page in your community, create new pages, and add and edit the components in each page.
Community Builder’s interface contains the pages list, component palette, theme menu, page structure menu, and settings menu.
The Pages list shows the pages included with API Community Manager and the pages you have added, and enables you to select and edit each page. The included page Home is selected by default.
The Pages list enables you to create new pages by using the New Page option.
A new page can be an object page or a standard page. Object pages are used only with Salesforce objects, so a custom community page starts as a standard page. A standard page can start from one of the preconfigured pages or as a new blank page.
Make a new blank page by selecting the layout and then entering the new page’s name and URL. Use that URL to make links to the new page, including links in menus.
The new page displays with placeholders for content based on the layout.
Fill in a new page by adding components from the Components menu, such as a Headline component in the page header, or an API Community Manager Lightning component such as an API Version Carousel.
The Pages list shows the editable configuration properties for each page, which are described in Manage Your Community’s Pages and Their Properties in Experience Builder.
Clicking the Components lightning bolt icon displays the component palette, which includes Salesforce Experience Cloud components, such as Headline or Featured Topics, and components specific to API Community Manager, such as API Carousel or API Console. You can drag any component from the component palette to the current page. Select the component on the page to show the component’s configuration options.
Detailed component information is available from the page Description of API Community Manager Lightning Components and the Salesforce Experience Cloud Components documentation.
Components typically used in home pages include:
The Navigation Menu component provides the menu for navigating the site, with settings for Max Items to Display (2-15) and Menu Item Alignment, and a Navigation Menu button to edit the links on the navigation menu. The menu always starts with the Home link. Other links can be added, removed, and reordered. Each link other than Home can be customized with these options:
Sets the link name.
Sets the link type, such as Community Page or External URL.
Specifies community page links from a list of all community pages.
Sets whether the link is available to all page viewers or only logged in community members.
Components typically used in API details pages include:
Specifies the API name and description.
Contains these components:
API Documentation Viewer
Displays API Exchange information.
Renders information from the API RAML specification.
API Custom Field Table or API Custom Field Pills
Displays custom fields and their values from the API.
Displays comments, discussions, and questions.
API Access Requestor
Registers a client application and requests access to the API.
Learn More Button
Provides additional information about the API.
Components typically used in My Application pages include:
Lists all client applications that the member has registered and can access.
You can drag items on a page to reorder them.
Clicking the Theme paintbrush icon offers these general branding parameters:
Sets the site’s general color scheme, including paragraph, heading, and button text.
Specifies the site’s company logo and the login page’s background Image.
Specifies the site’s fonts, which include a primary font and header fonts, and specifies the site’s text case.
You can adjust community styling by editing the CSS rules. Next to the Theme title, click the Theme list, and click Edit CSS.
Refer to Customize Your Experience Site Theme.
Clicking the Page Structure icon, which resembles a bulleted list, shows the components in the current page and enables you to select and remove them. Selecting a component displays its configuration menu.
Clicking the Settings gear icon offers these parameters:
Refer to the Experience Builder Settings help topic for additional information.
You can find further information in the Salesforce Experience Cloud documentation:
Salesforce Trailhead training: Community Branding
Salesforce Trailhead training: Build a Custom Theme Layout Component for Experience Builder Sites