How do I configure domain themes (domain settings)?

Note: This document references views and actions that are only available to Echo Administrators.

The Themes Tab of the Domain Settings Panel allows for the customizing the colors and icons used in the domain.

  • Icon:  This small image is displayed on the browser window.  The default is the Echo "e".
    • Required file type: PNG
    • Ideal size: 42x42
       
  • Touch Icon (Apple iOS devices only):  This image is used when a user saves their Echo website to their homescreen.
    • Required file type: PNG
    • Ideal size: 192x192
       
  • Logo:  This image appears in several places through out the application.  The default is the Echo "e".
    • Required file type: PNG or JPG
    • Ideal size: 72x72
       
  • Login Logo: This image is used on the sign-in screen. If not specified, the login screen uses the logo image. The default is the colorful Echo logo.
    • Required file type: PNG or JPG
    • Ideal size: 256x256
       
  • Main Navigation Menu Logo:  The logo displayed at the top of the Main Menu when expanded.  The default is the grey Echo logo.
    • Recommended file type: PNG
    • Ideal size: 260x56
  • Main Navigation Menu Icon:  This image is used in the upper left of the Echo header.  The default image is three lines (typical menu icon).  If you'd like to change your Main Menu Icon, choose from the Bootstrap Glyphicon or Font Awesome icon libraries. Prefix Font Awesome icon names with fa-. The default value is fa-bars.
     
  • Theme:  Choose the app's default theme color from the dropdown.
     
  • Limit Themes:  Echo Administrators can to limit the theme color choices users are allowed to select.  Enter the colors that you want to allow as options in this field. Separate colors with commas.
     
  • Login Page: If desired, Echo Administrators can replace the large lower panel of the log in page with a web page or .pdf document.  Webpage must me hosted in a secure site and use an "https" URL.  

Echo is constantly being improved based on the feedback from users and we strive to keep our documentation up to date.  If this document doesn’t match what you are seeing in Echo, please let us know.

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