Custom Login Shell - Sample 2 ============================= This sample login shell has a clean look, with no background image. There is a logo and the standard logon form. The logo, button color and footer text can be customized. .. important:: If you plan to make extensive changes to the login shell, the person making the changes should be familiar with HTML and CSS. It is beyond the scope of TouchPoint Support to customize the shell for you or to guide you on how to do it yourself. Our support of customization is limited to the items mentioned about when the steps below are followed. Customizing the Logo --------------------- You can replace the log in this login shell with your own. The replacement log should be of sufficient quality and resolution to appear crisp on various screen sizes. (The Touchpoint logo in this sample code is 300 x 62 pixels.) To use your own logo, replace the URL on line 26 with the URL to the new logo. Make sure that the URL begins with `https:`; otherwise the login page may present a security warning to users. Customizing the Button Color ---------------------------- If desired, you can change the color of the `Sign In` button to match the colors in the background image or your church's primary branding colors. Specify the color in RGB hexadecimal format. (For a handy converter for finding the hexadecimal representation, see https://www.rapidtables.com/convert/color/rgb-to-hex.html. Enter the color by replacing the hexadecimal numbers on lines 33 & 34. You will also want to change the color of the button when the cursor is hovering over it. For this, we recommend a slightly darker shade of the primary button color. Enter this by replacing the hexadecimal numbers on lines 39 & 40. Customizing the Footer Text --------------------------- You will certainly want to customize the text in the footer of the login form. To do this, edit the text on lines 202 & 203. If you are including a email address, as this sample does, simply replace the email address both in the **href** and in the address show after the closing angle bracket (>) of the **href**. If you include a website address also (or instead) use the same **href** code but use the website URL in place of the `mailto:` address. For example:: TouchPoint Software Using the Sample 2 Code ----------------------- To use this sample login shell, copy the code below and paste it into an HTML Content file as directed in :doc:`CustomLogin`. Then make any desired customizations with the file in `Source` view. .. code-block:: html :linenos: Logon to TouchPoint
 
 

Need help? Email help@mychurch.com
Dallas, TX | 555-555-5555

| | +--------------------+------------------+ | **Latest Update** | **02/21/2020** | +--------------------+------------------+ Added this article for sample login shell 2 of 4.