tencent cloud


Last updated: 2024-01-31 12:34:42
    This document describes how to set the UI styles for H5.

    Setting the Conversation List UI Styles

    TUIConversation provides the conversation list feature. The conversation list consists mainly of the conversation list area, which provides UI styles that can be modified.

    Setting the Conversation List Item Style

    After a user logs in, TUIKit reads the user's conversation list from the SDK based on the user's username. You can customize common features for the conversation list. For example, you can configure the profile photo style, background, font size, click event, and long press event for the conversation list.
    You can configure the display of list items for the conversation list inTUIKit/components/TUIConversation/conversation-list/index.vue Sample code:
    <div class="tui-conversation-list">
    <!-- Conversation List operation panel -->
    <ActionsMenu .../>
    <!-- Conversation List Main -->
    <div v-for="(conversation, index) in conversationList" ...>
    <!-- Conversation List Item -->
    <div :class="['TUI-conversation-item']">
    <aside class="left">
    <!-- Avatar -->
    <img class="avatar" :src="conversation.getAvatar()" />
    <!-- User Online Status -->
    <div ... :class="['online-status']"></div>
    <!-- Conversation Unread Count -->
    <span class="num" ...>...</span>
    <!-- Conversation Unread Red Dot(displayed in Do Not Disturb mode) -->
    <span class="num-notify" ...>...</span>
    <div class="content">
    <div class="content-header">
    <!-- Conversation Name -->
    <label class="content-header-label">
    <p class="name">{{ conversation.getShowName() }}</p>
    <!-- Conversation Last Message -->
    <div class="middle-box">
    <!-- Conversation Last Message When Mentiond -->
    <span class="middle-box-at" ...>{{ conversation.getGroupAtInfo() }}</span>
    <!-- Conversation Last Message Content -->
    <p class="middle-box-content">{{ conversation.getLastMessage("text") }}</p>
    <div class="content-footer">
    <!-- Conversation Lastest Message Time -->
    <span class="time">{{ conversation.getLastMessage("time") }}</span>
    <!-- Conversation Muted Flag -->
    <Icon v-if="conversation.isMuted" :file="muteIcon"></Icon>
    You can set the style of list items in the conversation list in the path TUIKit/components/TUIConversation/conversation-list/style/h5.scss. Below is an example code for setting the avatar style in the conversation list:
    .TUI-conversation-content {
    .TUI-conversation-item {
    .left {
    .avatar {
    width: 40px; // avatar width
    height: 40px; // avatar height
    border-radius: 0px; // avatar border radiu

    Setting the Chat UI Styles

    TUIChat provides a chat window comprised of three sections from top to bottom: the title bar, the message area, and the input area, as illustrated below:
    The chat window related configurations primarily reside in the path src/TUIKit/components/TUIChat file directory.

    Setting the Title Bar Style

    The title bar consists of two areas (left and right), as shown in the figure below:
    The title bar consists of three sections, as depicted below:
    The main code related to the chat UI title bar is located in the file at path src/TUIKit/components/TUIChat/chat-header/index.vue. The chat UI title bar provides various functions for customization, such as background, font size, button icons, click events, feature toggles, etc. The illustrative code is as follows:
    <div :class="['chat-header', !isPC && 'chat-header-h5']">
    <!-- H5 Back Button-->
    :class="['chat-header-back', !isPC && 'chat-header-h5-back']"
    <Icon :file="backSVG"></Icon>
    <!-- Chat name / [Typing...] status prompt-->
    <div :class="['chat-header-content', ...]">
    {{ currentConversationName }}
    <!-- Group chat settings extension -->
    <div :class="['chat-header-setting', ...]">
    <div v-for="(item, index) in extensions" :key="index" @click.stop="handleExtensions(item)">
    <Icon :file="item.icon"></Icon>
    You can customize the style of the chat window title bar in the src/TUIKit/components/TUIChat/chat-header/index.vue file. The sample code for setting the font size and background color of the chat window title bar is as follows:
    .chat-header-h5 {
    background-color: #147AFF;// chat background color
    font-size: 16px;// chat name font size

    Setting the Message List Style

    Setting the Background of the Chat Window

    You can customize the chat background color or background image under the path src/TUIKit/components/TUIChat/message-list/style/web.scss. The sample code for setting the background color of the chat window's message area is as follows:
    .TUI-chat {
    &-message-list {
    background-color: #006eff;
    The sample code for setting the background image of the chat window's message area is as follows:
    .TUI-chat-h5 {
    &-message-list {
    background-image: url(https://qcloudimg.tencent-cloud.cn/raw/176cddbfb778a4bb26a5d423056efe1d.png);

    Setting the Avatar Style

    The avatar-related code in the message area primarily resides in the file path src/TUIKit/components/TUIChat/message-list/message-elements/message-bubble.vue, and it is implemented using the Avatar common component. If the user does not set an avatar, a default avatar is displayed. You have the capability to personally tailor the default avatar, decide if the avatar is rounded or fill other size specifications.
    <Avatar> Component:
    Parameter Name
    Parameter Type
    Is Mandatory
    Default Value
    Parameter Description
    URL of the profile image
    Profile image dimensions
    Rounded corners for the profile picture's border
    Is a skeleton screen employed?
    The sample code for setting the default avatar in conjunction with the skeleton screen is as follows:
    :url="message.avatar || ''"
    The example code for setting the profile photo shape and size is as follows:
    :url="message.avatar || ''"

    Setting Bubble Background Colors

    In the message area, each message consists of three parts: avatar (profile photo), messageArea (content area), and messageLabel (label area). The detailed structure is as follows:
    In the chat window message area, the bubbles on the left are the recipients', whereas on the right are your own. You are allowed to customize the bubble backgrounds of both sides in the src/TUIKit/components/TUIChat/message-list/message-elements/message-bubble.vue file. Here is a sample code to set the color of the message bubbles:
    .message-bubble {
    .message-bubble-main-content {
    .message-body {
    .message-body-main {
    .content-in {
    background: #fbfbfb; // Set the color of the receiving message bubble
    border-radius: 0px 10px 10px 10px;
    .content-out {
    background: #dceafd; // Set the color of the sender message bubble
    border-radius: 10px 0px 10px 10px;

    Setting the Sender's Nickname Style

    You can customize the sender's nickname style, including the font size and color in the src/TUIKit/components/TUIChat/message-list/message-elements/message-bubble.vue file. The following sample code shows how to set the sender's nickname style:
    .message-bubble {
    .message-bubble-main-content {
    .message-body {
    .message-body-nickName {
    font-weight: 500; // Set the font weight of the sender's nickname
    font-size: 14px; // Set sender nickname font size
    color: #999999; // Set the font color of the sender's nickname

    Setting the Message Content Style

    You can customize the chat content style, including the font size, font color, and emoji size for both parties in the src/TUIKit/components/TUIChat/message-list/message-elements/message-text.vue file. The following code sample shows how to set the chat content style:
    .emoji {
    width: 20px;// emoji width
    height: 20px;// emoji height
    .text {
    white-space: pre-wrap;
    font-size: 14px;// text message font size
    color: #999999;// text message font color

    Setting the Tips Message Style

    You can customize the background, font size, and font color of tips messages in the file at path src/TUIKit/components/TUIChat/message-list/message-elements/message-tip.vue. Here is the sample code for reference:
    .message-tip {
    margin: 0 auto;
    color: #999999;// message tip font color
    font-size: 14px;// message tip font size
    background: red;// message tip background color

    Setting the Input Area InputView

    The input area provides various features, including the input of text and emojis and the sending of images, videos, files, ratings, and commonly used expressions.

    Hiding unnecessary features

    You can customize to hide features, such as image, file, and rating sending, of the feature module of the input area. This feature module loads features by getting the feature module registered in the src/TUIKit/components/TUIChat/message-input-toolbar/index.vue. You can delete unwanted features from the file. The example code is as follows:
    <!-- Emoji Picker -->
    <EmojiPicker v-if="!isUniFrameWork"></EmojiPicker>
    <!-- Taking photos, only available on uniapp -->
    <ImageUpload v-if="isUniFrameWork" imageSourceType="camera"></ImageUpload>
    <!-- Image Upload -->
    <ImageUpload imageSourceType="album"></ImageUpload>
    <!-- File Upload -->
    <FileUpload v-if="!isUniFrameWork"></FileUpload>
    <!-- Video Upload -->
    <VideoUpload videoSourceType="album"></VideoUpload>
    <!-- Taking videos, only available on uniapp -->
    <VideoUpload v-if="isUniFrameWork" videoSourceType="camera"></VideoUpload>
    <!-- Evaluate -->
    <!-- Commonly Used Phrases -->
    <!-- <Words></Words> -->

    Contact Us

    Join the Telegram technical exchange group or WhatsApp discussion group, benefit from the support of professional engineers, and solve your toughest challenges.
    Contact Us

    Contact our sales team or business advisors to help your business.

    Technical Support

    Open a ticket if you're looking for further assistance. Our Ticket is 7x24 avaliable.

    7x24 Phone Support