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Log In/Log Out Customization - A Minor Bug?

Thread began 11/20/2009 12:29 pm by shadow329043 | Last modified 11/23/2009 8:47 pm by shadow329043 | 1048 views | 3 replies

shadow329043

Log In/Log Out Customization - A Minor Bug?

Hi guys! - My installation/rebranding project seems to be continuing and I do see some results. I got the CMS integrated into my site - I have modified the site menu to include a link that opens the CMS log in page... My site is using the pages that I created (just some simple text) and now I am going to do some customizations to integrate the look of the CMS more into the site......

The log in page I plan customize so that it looks more like the other pages in the site rather than the default blue. I also need to add the site navigation to the page so that it isn't necessary to open the CMS in its own window. Any tips?

I noticed that the log out page doesn't work - if you log out of the CMS using the log out link, you are taken back to the log in page and the log out message isn't displayed. (this is the minor bug that I mentioned) I also noticed that some of the elements of the log out page, like the CMS menu are displayed on the page (is that an error? - If you are not logged into the CMS then you shouldn't see the items that you would only see if you were actually logged in)

Can I subsutitute my own log out page? I do have some concerns about if an update of the CMS occurs and what I would have to do to maintain the look and feel of the site.
Has anyone else noticed this and do you have any tips?

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