Syncrify got a fresh new facelift in version 4.3. As a results, two additional images are required when branding the web
interface of Syncrify Server. Following changes are made as far as branding is concerned
The Login Page, which is the first page users will stumble upon, has been drastically simplified. It contains an image on towards the top.
The file name for this image is inherited from previous versions. Therefore, if you were using an image earlier that was displayed
on the upper right hand corner, that image is now used on the Login Page.
Click here for a screen shot.
This image must be 315 pixels wide and 112 pixels high.
This is a small image that gets displayed on the upper left-hand corner of every page once user is logged in. The new interface has two
modes: Expanded Menu and Collapsed Menu. A smaller image is displayed when menu are collaped. Refer to the images below for an example:
This images must be 100 pixels wide and 35 pixels high.
This images must be 35 pixels wide and 35 pixels high.
You will need 3 images if you wish to use Server-Side Branding in Syncrify:
An image for the Login Windows - 315 (W) x 112 (H)
An application logo when menus are expanded - 100 (W) x 35 (H)
Another application logo when menus are collaped - 35 (W) x 35 (W)
All of these images must be stored in $INSTALL_DIR/branding folder on the machine where Syncrify Server is running. You must specify the names
of these files under Server Branding section of the web interface.