Portal administrators can customize the LMS with branded content, color, and style using HTML, CSS files, and images. Then choose which content should display to users at each organization within their Business Structure. For basic instructions on how to re-design your LMS, see related document: Customize with Branded Images, Colors, and Style
Once you have built out HTML content, CSS files and images in your LMS, choose which content should display to users at each organization within your Business Structure, according to their preferred language. This flexibility empowers one company to serve multiple franchise brands, or tailor content to the differing needs of training partners, all within the same portal.
From the left navigation menu, open Organization > Search Organization page, conduct a search, and click the View/Edit link to open a unit for update. Open the Branding tab, and use the drop-down menus to select appropriate files.
NOTE: By default, all organizations are set to inherit settings from their parent organization in your LMS hierarchy. Therefore, when you change the branding and web page content of an organizational unit, those changes are automatically applied to its child organizations.
Design a custom user experience for each of the six Language Packs listed below. Applying <<None>> options will display default English content and styles.
- Language: English, Chinese, Español – México, Français – Canada, Italian, Portuguese – Brazil
- What’s New Content: Select the HTML Content File that displays on “Classic Home” and “What’s New” pages.
- Left Navigation Content: Select the HTML Content File that displays in “Quick Links” menu.
- Login Page Content: Select the HTML Content File that displays next to LMS Login widget.
- Registration Page Content: Select the HTML Content File that displays at top of the user Self Registration page.
- Stylesheet: Use cascading stylesheet files (*.css) to control the overall look and feel of your LMS.
- Header Logo: Select the file name of image you want to make the Header Logo. Upload the logo on the Site Management > Edit Images page, then use this setting to establish it as the header logo.
Click Submit to save changes.
In order to see branded public pages -- Login Page and Registration Page -- administrators must click Copy Page URL and provide that link to end users.