Custom branding Percolate LMS™
We understand that having an LMS that matches brand image is important to a lot of organizations. Unlike other LMSs, we don’t limit you to merely updating the logo and choosing from a few color templates. We don’t even charge you for creating a custom template or require you to tediously edit a cascading style sheet.
We give the power to you! You can select your domain name, update your logo and completely customize the Percolate color scheme with an easy graphical interface. Start by clicking the Display link in the top right portion of your screen.
From here, you can upload a logo, change the active logo and customize the Percolate display colors.
Uploading and activating your logo
To upload and activate your logo, perform the following steps:
- Click Display located in the top-right portion of the screen.
- Click Upload new graphic.
Note: Your graphic should be 160 pixels wide by 44 pixels high and have a file size of less than 1 MB. Your file format should be .jpg, .gif or .png.
- Browse to the logos location on your computer.
- Select the logo.
- Click Open.
- From the success message, click the Return to Customization link.
- Select the uploaded logo from the drop-down menu.
- Click Activate Selected Logo.
Customizing display colors
Making color changes to the elements in the LMS is a cinch. After selecting the Display link, you’ll need to select Customize Color.
From here, you can modify all colors for the following Percolate components:
- Site Navigation and Buttons
- Dashboard and Text
- Add Buttons and Callout Boxes
- Headers, Search and Tables
- Notification and Error Messages
For each area, you can either select a color from the color selector or type in the hexadecimal number for the color you want for each of the elements.
After selecting a color, you can immediately see a preview of your selections on the same page.
You can save your changes at any time by clicking Save Custom Colors. You can also click Delete Custom Colors to reset the colors back to the Percolate default color scheme.