Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 837084
Usability issue on success page when adding cart which has secured web UI link with credentials
Last modified: 2015-05-14 21:12:30 EDT
Description of problem:
When adding a cartridge which provides a secured web UI (e.g. Jenkins), the resulting success page does not provide any visual contrast or other obvious cues as to the importance of noting the credentials, especially given the lack of a password reset mechanism. If the user does not make note on that single page, the cartridge UI will be rendered forever inaccessible to the user. The lack of visual contrast and cues could cause users to gloss over the page and navigate away.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Add a Jenkins server cartridge, and look at the resulting success page.
Steps to Reproduce:
A low-contrast success page which does not provide sufficient warning to the user of the implications of losing the listed credentials.
A more obvious explanation of the ramifications of losing the credentials, as well as more visual contrast to prevent the user from glossing over the success page.
Multiple problems here - there should be a way of retrieving this info at anytime, and a better visual display of the attributes when they are retrieved.
It would be beneficial if each individual app had it's own "settings" page that would contain this and other key information, so it's accessible to the user at all times.
Looking through the backlog, I couldn't find a user story pertaining to this issue.
Steve was going to address the visuals. Settings is further out - we will have to prioritize it eventually but it's not yet on the radar.
<pre> code block styles modified for high contrast with surrounding text.
Created attachment 597354 [details]
new visuals for reference
(In reply to comment #5)
Tested this issue on devenv_1884, the new visuals for reference has been added.