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Pivotal Cloud Foundry v1.7

Custom Branding Apps Manager

This topic describes how Pivotal Cloud Foundry operators can visually brand Apps Manager by changing certain text, colors, and images of the interface. Developers view the customized interface when logging in, creating an account, resetting a password, or using Apps Manager.

Operators customize Apps Manager by configuring the Custom Branding and Apps Manager Config pages of the Pivotal Elastic Runtime tile.

Custom Branding Page

  1. In a browser, navigate to the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of your Ops Manager and log in.
  2. Click Pivotal Elastic Runtime.
  3. Click the Custom Branding tab.

    Custom branding

  4. For Company Name, enter the name of your organization. If left blank, the name defaults to Pivotal.

  5. For Accent Color, enter the hexadecimal code for the color used to accent various visual elements. For example, #71ffda.

  6. For Main Logo, enter a Base64-encoded URL string for a PNG image to use as your main logo. The image can be square or wide. For example, data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0.... If left blank, the image defaults to the Pivotal Logo.

  7. For Square Logo/Favicon, enter a Base64-encoded URL string for a PNG image to use as your favicon, in the Apps Manager header, and in places that require a smaller logo. For example, data:image/png;base64,iVBORw0.... If left blank, the image defaults to the Pivotal Logo.

  8. For Footer Text, enter a string to be displayed as the footer. If left blank, the footer text defaults to Pivotal Software Inc. All rights reserved..

  9. To add up to three footer links that appear to the right of the footer text, complete the following steps:

    • Click Add.
    • For Link text, enter a label for the link.
    • For Url, enter an external or relative URL. For example, http://docs.pivotal.io or /tools.html.

Apps Manager Config Page

  1. In a browser, navigate to the fully qualified domain name (FQDN) of your Ops Manager and log in.
  2. Click Pivotal Elastic Runtime.
  3. Click the Apps Manager Config tab.

    Config apps man

  4. For Product Name, enter text to replace Apps Manager in the header and the title of Apps Manager. This text defaults to Apps Manager if left blank.

  5. For Marketplace Name, enter text to replace the header in the Marketplace pages. This text defaults to Marketplace if left blank.

  6. By default, Apps Manager includes three sidebar links: Marketplace, Docs, and Tools. You can edit existing sidebar links by clicking the name of the link and editing the Link text and Url fields. Or, you can remove the link by clicking the trash icon next to its name. If you want to add a new sidebar link, click Add and complete the Link text and Url fields.

    Note: Removing any of the default links will remove them from the sidebar for all users.

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