You do not have permission to access this area.

Feedback

Add Feedback
For SmarterMail you have the option for Custom CSS under Personalization. You can add the following in to add logos to Login page and as well as your email page.

------------------------------------------

#PageHeader h1{

width: 159px;

height: 76px;

padding: 10px !important;

text-indent: -999em;

margin: 0 0 0 45px;

background: url(../images/misc/YOUR LOGO.png) no-repeat center center;

}

.infopanel{margin-top: 175px !important;position: relative !important;}

.infopanel:before{

content: "";

display: block;

width: 350px;

height: 165px;

position: absolute;

top: -175px;

background: url(../images/misc/YOUR LOGO.png) no-repeat center center;

}

------------------------------------------
Make sure to change width / height to match your logo size.

Ricky Hignite (April 28, 2014 at 10:02 AM)
Always info for old versions, never the current. Even the upgrade to a new major version knowledge article uses version 12 as the the latest, when it's currently 13.3.

Why not include a link to the current version rather than "see the knowledge base", which is what gets a user to this page? Hyper linking is the reason the HTTP protocol was invented.

Mike (March 22, 2015 at 5:48 AM)
Mike, the beginning paragraph of this article denotes that it is for an older version and that newer information can be found in the knowledge base. The steps in this article apply to each product; however, the newer steps each have their own article based on the product. For this reason, it's easier to simply do a search for the product you're using and CSS (ex. "SmarterTrack CSS") to bring you to the article you need.

I'll assume that you need the SmarterMail article, as that's the product you mentioned. The two articles that will help you with the CSS modifications can be found below:

Change CSS for a Domain: http://portal.smartertools.com/kb/a2974/change-css-for-a-domain.aspx

Use "Inspect Element" to Determine CSS Modifications: http://portal.smartertools.com/kb/a2959/use-inspect-element-to-determine-css-modifications.aspx

Andrea Rogers (March 23, 2015 at 8:21 AM)