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    Configuring the Alma Logos and Color Scheme

    To configure the Alma logos and color scheme, you must have the following role:
    • General System Administrator
    This page describes the Alma branding management page. For information on configuring the Leganto logo and color scheme, see Configuring Other Leganto UI Elements.
    On the Branding Management page (Administration > General Configuration > Configuration Menu > User Interface Settings > Alma Logo and Color Scheme), you can define a header logo, email logo, and/or login page logo for your institution. You can also change the default primary color in the user interface.
    Branding Management Page
    To configure the Alma logos and color scheme:
    1. On the Branding Management page, under Logo Upload, browse to select the header logo (to be displayed in the top-left corner of Alma), email logo, and/or login page logo that you want to upload.
    2. Under Color Upload, in the General color and Fade color text boxes, enter the 6-digit HTML code (using the hexadecimal numeral system—see http://html-color-codes.info, for example) of the colors you want to use. If you do not want to use a gradient, enter the same code in both text boxes.
      • If an email logo is not uploaded, the header logo is used as the email logo.
      • Due to a limitation in the system, you must currently select a logo file from the Logo Upload section to ensure that the settings in the Color Upload section take effect.
    3. Click Upload to save your new settings. A message displays indicating that the upload succeeded. To view your changes, you must log out of Alma, clear your cache, and then log back in to Alma.
      The header logo should be 69 pixels (width) x 26 pixels (height), the login page logo should be 110 pixels (width) x 36 pixels (height), and the email logo should be 400 pixels (width) x 30-70 pixels (height). The new logo appears immediately (although you may need to clear your cache to see it).

    Configuring Skins

    To configure skins, you must have the following role:
    • General System Administrator
    Alma allows you to modify the CSS (and associated image files) that the system uses for the delivery tabs by uploading a customized CSS.
    You can view and configure skins from the Manage Skins page (Administration > General Configuration > Configuration Menu > User Interface Settings > Delivery System Skins).
    Manage Skins Page
    For information on configuring skins, see Branding the Delivery Tabs.

    Configuring Policies

    The policies configuration is not relevant at this time.

    Configuring Social Login Labels

    To configure social login labels, you must have the following role:
    • General System Administrator
    Alma allows you to customize the messages used throughout the social authentication process. You can view and configure these labels from the Social Login Labels page (Administration > General Configuration > Configuration Menu > User Interface Settings > Social Login Labels).
    Social Login Labels
    For more information on social authentication, see Social Logins.
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