Personalize the Administration Portal and Customer Portal

Use this page to personalize the CSO Administration Portal and Customer Portal. You can personalize the following elements:

Note This topic is applicable only for users with the SP admin role who are assigned the Update Preferences capability.

Procedure

To personalize the portals:

  1. Click Administration > Display Preferences.

    The Display Preferences page appears.

  2. Complete the configuration according to the guidelines in Table 6.

    Note Fields marked with an * are mandatory.

  3. (Optional) Click Preview to view the custom color theme before you apply the settings.

    A confirmation message appears.

  4. Click Apply to apply the settings.

    A confirmation message appears and the settings are applied to the portals.

Table 6: Fields on the Display Preferences Page

 

Field

Action

Logo

Portal (top-left corner)

Procedure

Upload an image for the logo that appears on the top-left corner of the portals:

  1. Click Select.

    The File Upload dialog box appears.

  2. Browse to navigate to the file location and select the file.
  3. Click Open to upload the file.

    You are returned to the Display Preferences page.

Supported file formats: PNG and SVG.

Recommended image size: 25x25 pixels.

Login Page

Logo

Upload an image for the logo that appears on the top-left corner of the login page.

See Step-by-Step Procedure for details.

Supported file formats: PNG and SVG.

Recommended image size: 240x25 pixels.

Background

Select a background image or background color for the login page:

  • If you select Image, click Select to upload a background image for the login page. See Step-by-Step Procedure for details.

    Supported file formats: PNG and SVG.

    Recommended image size: 1440x780 pixels.

  • If you select Fill Color (Gradient), select two colors (Color 1 and Color 2) from the palette for a gradient effect.

Font

Typeface

Procedure

Select a typeface (Arial, Helvetica, or Antenna), for the CSO GUI, from the list or upload a custom typeface. The default typeface is Helvetica.

  1. To upload a custom typeface file, click Upload Custom Typeface.

    The Upload Custom Typeface page appears.

  2. Click Select to upload a customized typeface 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.

  3. Click OK.

    A confirmation message The font added appears and the custom typeface file is saved in CSO.

    (Optional) To view the different formats of files to be uploaded to customize your font, click Download Sample Font File.

    The sample font file is downloaded to your local file system.

Report

Logo

Click Select to upload a logo that appears in the SD-WAN reports and security reports.

Supported file formats: PNG.

Recommended image size: 111x116 pixels.

Company Name

Enter a company name.

This name appears in the SD-WAN and Security reports.

Note: If you enter any company’s name other than Juniper Networks, the Juniper branding page is automatically hidden.

Typeface

Select a typeface (Arial, Helvetica, or Antenna) from the list or upload a custom typeface for the reports. The default typeface is Helvetica.

See Step-by-Step Procedure for details.

Background Color

Select colors (Background Color 1 and Background Color 2) from the palette for a gradient effect.

This effect is visible in the background of the report.

Color Palette

Color Palette

Use the default color palette or create a customized palette.

To create a customized palette, click Create Custom.

The Create Custom Color Palette section appears. See Table 7 for information on the fields that appear in the Create Custom Color Palette section.

Procedure

After you create the custom color palette:

  1. Click Save Palette to save the custom color palette.

    The color palette appears on the Display Preferences page. Click the check mark icon near the palette to select it.

    Alternatively, if you want to discard your changes, click Cancel.

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

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

      Note: The edit icon and delete icon appear only when you hover over the color palette.

      • The Confirm Color Palette Deletion page appears.

      • Click Yes to confirm the deletion.

        The custom color palette is deleted.

Table 7: Fields in the Custom Color Palette Section

 
Create Custom Palette

Palette Name

Enter a unique name for your color palette.

You can use alphanumeric characters, space, and underscore (_). The maximum length allowed is 32 characters.

Background Colors

Primary Navigation Background

Select a background color for the primary navigation panel.

Primary Navigation Active Background

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

Primary Navigation Hover Background

Select a color to appear in the background of an element, on the primary navigation panel, when you hover on the element.

Secondary Navigation Background

Select a background color for the secondary navigation panel.

Selected Tabs

Select a color for the active tab in a tab container; the tab name changes to the selected color when it is active.

Icons

Grid (Table) Action

Select a color for the icons on top of a grid.

Grid (Table) Action Hover

Select a color for an icon on top of a grid; the icon changes to the selected color when you hover over it.

Buttons

Primary Action Button

Select a color for the primary action button in its default state.

Primary Action Button Hover

Select a color that the primary action button changes to, when you hover over it.

Secondary Action

Select a color for the secondary action button in its default state.

Secondary Action Button Hover

Select a color that the secondary action button changes to, when you hover over it.

Secondary Action Border

Select a color for the border on the secondary action button.

Secondary Action Border Hover

Select a color that the border on the secondary action button changes to, when you hover over it.

Secondary Action Font

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