Change loginpage copyright message and link of logoFooter.svg

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Hello,

I have altered the login page of YellowFin to our own brand but I have a few last issue's I am stuck on. Any tips how to alter them would be great.

Our current loginpage looks like this:

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We would like to change the copyright message to our own message.

1. Is this possible2. Is this allowed in the license or do we have to keep this YellowFin copyright message?

The next thing is that we would like to change the hyperlink target of the Power by image on the bottom right. By adding a logoFooter.svg with our own image in the customimages we got it looking like we want but clicking on it still brings you to the YellowFin Homepage instead of our homepage (value2health.com) as we want.

Any tips on how to do this?

Regards,

JeRoen

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Hi JeRoen,

Thanks for reaching out.

I would like to guide you to this Wiki link, if you haven't already seen it. Within this it will give you detailed information on how to achieve what you have requested. Looking towards the bottom of this link you will see a before and after image of our footer. I believe this would be the direction for what you are looking to achieve.

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More specifically, this is only possible via Complete Styling, not Simple Styling, which involves writing a custom file to replace the header and/or footer panel. This method requires more technical knowledge, and more time.

If you want a quick solution to change the footer link aspect however, I do have an option for that. If you look at our Custom Login Page Wiki, you'll see it references the 'index_mi.jsp' file.

The footer link is defined in the following code (~line 334 of the example):

<div style="margin: 0px auto;display:block;width:945px">
<jsp:include page="includes/StandardFooter.jsp">
<jsp:param value="TRUE" name="loginPage"></jsp:param>
</jsp:include>
</div>

This is basically just defining an area (div) and placing the StandardFooter.jsp file into it.

To customize this, I would recommend simply writing your own HTML in this spot that defines any links you wish to use. For example:

<div style="margin: 0px auto;display:block;width:945px">
<a href="<a href="http://www.google.com">http://www.google.com"</a>" rel="nofollow" target="_blank">http://www.google.com"</a>">http://www.google.com">http://www.google.com"</a>;; > Click Me!</a>
</div>
Please let me know if this works for you.

Regards,

Mike


Regards,

Mike

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Hi JeRoen,

I just wanted to check in and see how things are going with this.

Regards,

Mike

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Hello Mike,

Thanks for your comments. We got what we wanted with the links you supplied, so this issue can be closed. Sorry for the late response.

Regards,

JeRoen

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Hi JeRoen,

No problem at all. Thanks for letting us know.

Please don't hesitate to reach out with any other questions or concerns.

Regards,

Mike