Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 458126
Easier branding for deployed satellites
Last modified: 2008-10-29 10:22:04 EDT
Moving to the right Product. Very likely this code is useless now, it's been 4 years since being filed...
+++ This bug was initially created as a clone of Bug #131019 +++
Description of problem:
As a satellite server owner, I'd like to have my company's branding
somehow on the pages. Otherwise, it's hard to tell at a glance if
I'm looking at my satellite server or at Red Hat's server in the
Simple branding ideas:
1) Config option for setting HTML page titles. The title of all HTML
pages starts with "Red Hat Network". I'd prefer to set it to "Red
Hat Network Satellite @ Dell" for example. This can be done by
and changing the title. It would be nice if the title were a config
option in /etc/rhn/rhn.conf or similar.
2) Adding the company logo. I've added my company's logo to the top
of the page by modifying these two files as noted. Again, a config
option would be really nice to have, where if set would put the
appropriate logo and alt text in place.
--- nav/styles/navbar_bottom.txt.~2~ Wed Aug 25 17:43:14 2004
+++ nav/styles/navbar_bottom.txt Wed Aug 25 17:47:37 2004
@@ -1,4 +1,5 @@
+ <img id="delllogo" src="/img/dell_logo.gif" alt="Dell">
<a href="/help/"><img id="navhelp" src="/img/rhn-header_icon-
help.gif" alt="Help" /></a>
<table border="0" cellpadding="0" cellspacing="0" width="100%">
--- css/rhn.css.~1~ Mon Apr 5 14:35:08 2004
+++ css/rhn.css Wed Aug 25 17:48:04 2004
@@ -850,6 +850,13 @@
+ border: 0;
+ position: absolute;
+ top: 5px;
+ left: 400px;
margin: 4px 13px;
--- Additional comment from firstname.lastname@example.org on 2005-01-28 17:33:05 EDT ---
This is a feature request, not a bug.
It needs to be prioritized with other incoming RHN feature requests.
These have been open for years with no investigation or resolution. Since then the code base has moved on significantly, such that many of these no longer would apply to the current spacewalk code. I'm closing these requests in the hope they're no longer necessary, or if they are, they'll get discovered anew.