+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #1934800 +++
Description of problem:
Apache updated their logo back in 2016, so we should probably update our Apache logo used on the default noindex html page.
Here is information on the new Apache logo:
I have filed a bug against the httpd package to update to this new logo:
The new logo also requires a trademark acknowledgement. I believe this is part of the redhat-logos package, in the default index.html file located in the 'testpage' directory in the tarball.
If you add the following lines to the bottom of the html file at around line 168, it should suffice:
<footer style="clear: both; text-align: center; font-size: xx-small;">
<a href="https://apache.org">Apache™</a> is a registered trademark of <a href="https://apache.org">the Apache Software Foundation</a> in the United States and/or other countries.<br />
<a href="https://nginx.com">NGINX™</a> is a registered trademark of <a href="https://">F5 Networks, Inc.</a>.