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Jun 4

Written by: Michael Washington
6/4/2015 7:50 PM  RssIcon


You can easily add a watermark to your LightSwitch application…


…using a method by Chris Cook described here:

Create A Washed Out Image


First, create a light washed out image.


Name it App-watermark.png and place it in the images folder of the HTMLClient project.


Next, open the user-customization.css file and add the following code:

.ui-body-a.ui-page {
    background-image: inherit;
    background-color: transparent;
.ui-body-a.msls-dialog-inner-frame {
    background-image: url(images/app-watermark.png);
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
#app-background-div {
    background-image: url(images/app-watermark.png);
    background-repeat: no-repeat;
    position: fixed;
    top: 0;
    height: 100%;
    width: 100%;
}.ui-body-a.ui-icon-searchfield, .ui-input-text, .ui-select, ul.msls-listview li, .msls-table-header {
    opacity: 0.75;



Open the default.htm file and add:

<div id="app-background-div"></div>


When you run the project, you will now have a watermark.

Download Code

The LightSwitch project is available at

(you must have Visual Studio 2013 (or higher) installed to run the code)

4 comment(s) so far...

Thanks Michael.

Is there a way to have different watermarks or not watermark at all for some screens?


By Dave on   6/5/2015 9:37 AM

@Dave - It should be possible for JavaScript to detect which page is showing and insert the proper watermark but I know of no examples.

By Michael Washington on   6/5/2015 9:38 AM

Thanks Michael.

This is great. We have not nearly seen all that Lightswitch can deliver for RAD LOB apps. You are a true pioneer in opening up all sorts of possibilities for others.

It will also be a long time before something similar with regards to speed of development will become available.


By Johan on   6/9/2015 3:43 AM

@Johan - Thanks. I am learning about new things along with you :)

By Michael Washington on   6/9/2015 3:44 AM
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