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FrogOs - System Preferences - ​​​​​​​Login Background
Posted by Patrick Wilkinson, Last modified by Patrick Wilkinson on 24 October 2017 10:56 AM

In response to customer requests, a new option within the System Preferences configuration has been added. Administrators can now set their own background image allowing the FrogLearn login page to be personalised at a school level. 

As an administrator, navigate to System Preferences > Login Background.

The Custom Login Background options will be displayed. By default, the current release background will be set to the Newton release background, but this will update automatically for any future releases. To add a new login background image, click on the + symbol. 

The FrogDrive pop up window will open to the Documents section. Only image files (JPEG, JPG or PNG extension types) will be displayed within the Document areas. 

Should your new background image not be held within FrogDrive, select the New button to upload your image.

Select the image to want to use as the new login background, then select the Use button. 

Note     The optimum image resolution is 1680 x 895, with a file size around 200Kb. Excessively large images may slow down the login page, whilst small images may cause poor image quality.

You will be taken back to the Custom Login Background page with your new background image displayed. 

Should you wish to change the login background, navigate back to the Frog head > System Preferences > Login Background. The current login background will display with a red X

If you are happy with the background image selected, click on the Save Changes button.

A notification will appear to advise that the login background has been saved. 

The new login background will be seen by users who are currently logged into FrogLearn and choose to log out, as well as all users when they next login to access FrogLearn.

Should you wish to change the login background, navigate back to the Frog head > System Preferences > Login Background. The current login background will display with a red X.  

Select X and the login background is removed. When you select Save Changes, the login background will revert back to the default current Frog release. 

Lastly, within the Login Background configuration, there is a Recently Used section. This will display a preview of the background images that have been used in the past. 

Further Information 

Should the custom login background not display, the FrogLearn platform will auto pick a flat colour to show, similar to the background image selected. By default, the current release name and details will overlay the custom background image. 

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