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Can the CMS Admin be rebranded?

Thread began 3/03/2013 3:59 am by Henrik | Last modified 3/04/2013 10:40 am by Jason Byrnes | 520 views | 3 replies |

Henrik

Can the CMS Admin be rebranded?

I have to customize the CMS Admin to change language. I'm wondering if this could also be rebranded - meaning change the logo to a different one.

Thanks for letting me know!

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JamieEff

hey Henrik

Yes it can and very easily.

If you look in the folder 'Templates' you'll see a file called admin.dwt.php - this file is basically the template that drives the format and layout for back end.

You would also need to rebrand the login page which can be found in the 'admin_cms' folder and is named users_login.php

Hope this helps

Jamie

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Henrik

Thanks Jamie!

Actually my question was not so much about the how this could be done -
but if it is allowed.

I couln't found a note about that in the product description -
but want to be sure what I would like to do is allowed ... (?)

But Thanks for the how-tips anyhow ... I will then need them ...

Henrik

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Jason ByrnesWebAssist

Yes, Rebranding the PCMS Admin pages is allowed.

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