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IDM 4.5 Branding of login page


After a lot of searching I found the original login.css file under
tomact/work/Catalina/localhost/osp/osp.conf/css in my case.
Copied that to my own place and changed the icon.
Edited the cusom url for login css in configupdate

Now the Icon look good.

Under the Icon ther is a text that sys "NetIQ Identity Manager" in
bold.

1. is it possible to change that text?
2. If not, how can I change that to a smaller font?

Thanks
Joakim


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Re: IDM 4.5 Branding of login page

On 12/9/2014 8:16 AM, joakim ganse wrote:
>
> After a lot of searching I found the original login.css file under
> tomact/work/Catalina/localhost/osp/osp.conf/css in my case.
> Copied that to my own place and changed the icon.
> Edited the cusom url for login css in configupdate
>
> Now the Icon look good.
>
> Under the Icon ther is a text that sys "NetIQ Identity Manager" in
> bold.
>
> 1. is it possible to change that text?
> 2. If not, how can I change that to a smaller font?
>
> Thanks
> Joakim
>
>


Hi Joakim,

The supported way to rebrand OSP is to add a value to a parameter in
configupdate to the custom css file you will use to perform the task.
That is under the Advanced options of the Authentication tab and is
named "URL to custom CSS file for login screen". Changing the files
provided with the product directly will voids support on it.

That css will be loaded last and overwrite information from prior
ones baked into the product. As far as I know that custom css file has
to be available to the browser on the same app server you have OSP
deployed to.

Using CSS selectors you can access that particular element and change
its display property to none. In my 4.0.2A HPD system I placed the file
example.css in my ROOT.war directory, so its URL is
http://ip:port/example.css , stopped JBoss, ran configupdate and placed
the path http://ip:port/example.css in the parameter mentioned above,
hit OK, started JBoss then tested.

Using F12 on Chrome and right-clicking then choosing "Inspect
Element" found out the structure to reach that particular element and
hid it with:

form h2 { display: none; }

There are probably other ways, just did what felt the easiest to
answer the question. You can add text on the image being replaced along
with the logo so that should cover basic branding needs.

Cheers,

-Fernando

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Re: IDM 4.5 Branding of login page


Thanks for a very detailed answer.
I did use configupdate to point at my edited file.
Why I referenced the original file was just to use a copy of it as a
working example.


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Re: IDM 4.5 Branding of login page


joakim_ganse;252035 Wrote:
> Thanks for a very detailed answer.
> I did use configupdate to point at my edited file.
> Why I referenced the original file was just to use a copy of it as a
> working example.


Hi,

How to change the background color, font color and color of the tabs in
the form?
Also, I am unable to replace "NetIQ Identity Manager" in the login page
with the above instructions..
Please help..


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Re: IDM 4.5 Branding of login page

On 12/22/2014 02:44 AM, tamalika01 wrote:
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> joakim_ganse;252035 Wrote:
>> Thanks for a very detailed answer.
>> I did use configupdate to point at my edited file.
>> Why I referenced the original file was just to use a copy of it as a
>> working example.

>
> Hi,
>
> How to change the background color, font color and color of the tabs in
> the form?
> Also, I am unable to replace "NetIQ Identity Manager" in the login page
> with the above instructions..
> Please help..
>
>

Greetings,
This thread was about how to change the Login "page" that appears.
This is controlled by mapping to a css file on the Authentication Tab in
the configupdate utility.
Please open a new thread for the specific area(s) that you are
trying to change the appearance. The steps may all be different and
therefore, it would be helpful to others in the future if there is a
thread per.

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Re: IDM 4.5 Branding of login page

On 12/22/2014 07:19 AM, Steven Williams wrote:
> On 12/22/2014 02:44 AM, tamalika01 wrote:
>>
>> joakim_ganse;252035 Wrote:
>>> Thanks for a very detailed answer.
>>> I did use configupdate to point at my edited file.
>>> Why I referenced the original file was just to use a copy of it as a
>>> working example.

>>
>> Hi,
>>
>> How to change the background color, font color and color of the tabs in
>> the form?
>> Also, I am unable to replace "NetIQ Identity Manager" in the login page
>> with the above instructions..
>> Please help..
>>
>>

> Greetings,
> This thread was about how to change the Login "page" that appears.
> This is controlled by mapping to a css file on the Authentication Tab in
> the configupdate utility.
> Please open a new thread for the specific area(s) that you are
> trying to change the appearance. The steps may all be different and
> therefore, it would be helpful to others in the future if there is a
> thread per.
>

Greetings,
Can you share what your css file looks like now?

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Steven Williams
Lead Software Engineer
NetIQ
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