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Personalizing the Unified Administration and Customer Portal

Use this page to personalize the unified Administration and Customer Portal. You can personalize the login page, top-left logo, reports, and apply a font style and color palette to the left navigation bar and menu. You can create, edit, and delete custom color palette. You can also upload custom font styles and preview the custom color palette before you apply the settings.

Procedure

To personalize the portal:

  1. Click Administration > Display Preferences.

    The Display Preferences page appears.

  2. Complete the configuration according to the guidelines in Table 136.

    Table 136: Fields on the Display Preferences Page

    Field

    Action

    Logo

    Portal (top left corner)

    Click Select to upload a logo for the portal. This logo appears at the top left corner of the portal. PNG and SVG file formats are supported. The recommended image size is 25x25 pixel.

    Reports

    Click Select to upload a logo for the report. This logo appears in the security and SD-WAN reports. PNG file format is supported. The recommended image size is 111x116 pixel.

    Login Page

    Logo

    Click Select to upload a logo for the login page of the portal. This logo appears at the top left corner of the login page. PNG and SVG file formats are supported. The recommended image size is 240x25 pixel.

    Background

    Select a background image or background color for the login page of the portal.

    • Image—Click Select to upload a background image. This image appears in the background of the login page. PNG and SVG file formats are supported. The recommended image size is 1440x780 pixel.

    • Fill Color (Gradient)–Select the two colors for the gradient effect - top left to bottom right corner.

    Font

    Typeface

    Select a font style for the CSO GUI.

    If you want to upload a custom font style, click Upload Custom Font.

    • The Upload Custom Fonts page appears.

    • Click Select to upload custom font file (zip file). The zip file contains four formats of custom font styles (EOT, SVG, WOFF, and WOFF2) and a CSS file. You must add all four font files to the CSS file. The zip filename should be same as the CSS filename.

    • (Optional) Click Download Sample Font File to download a sample font file.

      The sample font file is downloaded to your local file system. You can view the different formats of files to be uploaded to customize your font.

    • Click Ok.

      A confirmation message is displayed and the custom font file is saved in CSO.

    Color Palette

    Click Create Custom Palette to create a custom color palette.

    The Create Custom Palette section is displayed.

    Create Custom Palette
    Background Colors

    Palette Name

    Enter a unique name for your color palette. You can use alphanumeric characters, space, and underscore (_). The maximum length is 32 characters.

    Utility Bar

    Select the background color of the utility navigation bar at the top of the unified portal.

    Primary Navigation

    Select the background color for the primary navigation panel.

    Primary Navigation Active

    Select the background color for the active element in the primary navigation panel.

    Primary Navigation Hover

    Select background color to be displayed when you mouse-over an element in the primary navigation panel.

    Secondary Navigation

    Select the background color of the secondary navigation panel.

    Selected Tabs

    Select the background color for the active tab in a tab container.

    Icons

    Navigation, Utility Bar

    Select the color for the icons on the utility navigation bar.

    Grid (Table) Action

    Select the background color for the icons on the grid.

    Grid (Table) Action Hover

    Select the background color for the icons on the grid when you mouse over it.

    Buttons

    Primary Action

    Select the background color of the primary button in its default state.

    Primary Action Hover

    Select the background color of the primary action button when you mouse over it.

    Secondary Action

    Select the background color of the secondary action button in its default state.

    Secondary Action Hover

    Select the background color of the secondary action button when you mouse over it.

    Secondary Action Border

    Select the default border color of the secondary action button.

    Secondary Action Border Hover

    Select the color for the border on the secondary action button when you mouse over it.

    Secondary Action Font

    Select the color for the font on the secondary action button.

  3. Click Save Palette to save the color palette.

    The color palette is saved and a confirmation message is displayed. If you want to discard your changes, click Cancel.

    • If you want to modify the custom color palette settings, click on the edit icon (pencil symbol) and update the settings as needed.

    • If you want to delete the custom color palette, click the delete icon (X) next to the color palette.

      • The Confirm Color Palette Delete page appears.

      • Click Yes to confirm the deletion. The custom color palette is deleted.

  4. Click Preview to preview the color palette before you apply the settings.

    A confirmation message is displayed and you can preview the theme applied to the portal.

  5. Click Apply to apply the settings.

    The settings are applied to the portal.

    If you want to discard your changes, click Cancel.

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