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Administration Guide

Replacement messages

Portal replacement message mappings are available under Authentication > Portals > Replacement Messages.

The replacement messages are split into four categories: Authentication, Password Reset, User Registration, and Post-Login.

Selecting a specific message will display the text and HTML or plain text of the message in the lower half of the content pane.

Selecting Toggle Tag List will display a table of the tags used for that message above the message’s HTML or plain text box.

To edit a replacement message:
  1. Select a message in the replacement message list.
  2. Edit the plain text or HTML code in the lower right pane, or select Open in new window to edit the message in a new browser window.
    To insert custom images into the replacement message, see Manage Images.
  3. When you are finished editing the message, select Save to save your changes.
  4. If you have made an error when editing the message, select Restore Default to restore the message to its default value.

Manage Images

Images can be managed by selecting Manage Images in the Replacement Messages window. Images can be added, deleted, and edited.

To add an image:
  1. From the Manage Images window, select Create New to open the Create New Image window.
  2. In the Name field, enter a name for the image.
  3. Select Upload a file, find the GIF, JPEG, or PNG image file that you want to add, and then select Open.
  4. Note: The maximum image size is 1000 kB.

  5. Select OK to add the image.
  6. To insert the image into a replacement message, add the following HTML code:

    <img src={{:image/<image_name>}}>

    Where <image_name> is the name entered for the image. For example, the HTML code for an image named Acme_logo is <img src={{:image/Acme_logo}}>

To delete an image:
  1. From the Manage Images window, select an image, then select Delete.
  2. Select Yes, I’m sure in the confirmation window to delete the image.
To edit an image:
  1. From the Manage Images window, select an image, then select Edit.
  2. In the Edit Image window, edit the image name and file as required.
  3. Select OK to apply your changes.

Replacement messages

Portal replacement message mappings are available under Authentication > Portals > Replacement Messages.

The replacement messages are split into four categories: Authentication, Password Reset, User Registration, and Post-Login.

Selecting a specific message will display the text and HTML or plain text of the message in the lower half of the content pane.

Selecting Toggle Tag List will display a table of the tags used for that message above the message’s HTML or plain text box.

To edit a replacement message:
  1. Select a message in the replacement message list.
  2. Edit the plain text or HTML code in the lower right pane, or select Open in new window to edit the message in a new browser window.
    To insert custom images into the replacement message, see Manage Images.
  3. When you are finished editing the message, select Save to save your changes.
  4. If you have made an error when editing the message, select Restore Default to restore the message to its default value.

Manage Images

Images can be managed by selecting Manage Images in the Replacement Messages window. Images can be added, deleted, and edited.

To add an image:
  1. From the Manage Images window, select Create New to open the Create New Image window.
  2. In the Name field, enter a name for the image.
  3. Select Upload a file, find the GIF, JPEG, or PNG image file that you want to add, and then select Open.
  4. Note: The maximum image size is 1000 kB.

  5. Select OK to add the image.
  6. To insert the image into a replacement message, add the following HTML code:

    <img src={{:image/<image_name>}}>

    Where <image_name> is the name entered for the image. For example, the HTML code for an image named Acme_logo is <img src={{:image/Acme_logo}}>

To delete an image:
  1. From the Manage Images window, select an image, then select Delete.
  2. Select Yes, I’m sure in the confirmation window to delete the image.
To edit an image:
  1. From the Manage Images window, select an image, then select Edit.
  2. In the Edit Image window, edit the image name and file as required.
  3. Select OK to apply your changes.