Custom Login Page

Yhair Delgado Cruz shared this question 2 years ago
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Nice Day!


Today I was asked to customize the login session of the application, I did everything that this link

http://wiki.yellowfin.com.au/display/USER72/Custom+Login+Page describes however in step 3 section b says that also edit a line of code which I can not find in the file "Index_mi.jsp" That I am modified for the new login, they could help me orienting me more thoroughly as I could create a new Login page, if they have more specific documentation I would be very grateful,


Regards

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Hi Hair,


The only two lines that you will need to change within the index_mi.jsp page are:


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and

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Please let me know if this works for you, or if you have any additional questions!


Regards,

Nathan

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Thanks Nathan


I will be testing the solution that you gave me as soon as I have a result I tell you, another thing that I also need is to change the login links in this case the Footer, since I was asked to link to an internal page and not to the page Of you "https://www.yellowfinbi.com"; but you could not find the file that contains that link, if you could support me with this subject too, or as I mentioned earlier a more detailed documentation on how to completely modify the beginning of The application (links, Images, References, etc).


Thank you in advance for your support and I look forward to your greetings.

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Hi Hair,

Unfortunately, you have found all of the documentation we have on this. The footer link is defined in the following code (~line 334 of the example):


  1. <div style="margin: 0px auto;display:block;width:945px">
  2. <jsp:include page="includes/StandardFooter.jsp">
  3. <jsp:param value="TRUE" name="loginPage"></jsp:param>
  4. </jsp:include>
  5. </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:


  1. <div style="margin: 0px auto;display:block;width:945px">
  2. <a href="http://www.google.com" > Click Me!</a>
  3. </div>

Please let me know if this works for you.

Regards,

Nathan

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Hi Nathan


Sorry for being answered, your answer helped me a lot, with this I was solved my problem thank you very muchRegards

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Hi Hair,


No problem and glad to hear you got it working!


Regards,

Nathan