Name, browser title, browser icon and CSS

Display name

A display name for you organisation, company or system can be configured on each environment. When FoxIDs send an email to a user the email text is customized by adding the display name.

The name is configured in the environment settings in FoxIDs Control Client.

  1. Select Settings
  2. Add the name in the Display name field
  3. Click Update

Add browser title, browser icon and CSS

The FoxIDs user interface can be customized per login authentication method. This means that a single FoxIDs environment can support multiple user interface designs with different browser titles, browser icons and CSS.

FoxIDs use Bootstrap 4.6 and Flexbox CSS.

Find the login authentication method in FoxIDs Control Client that you want to configure.

  1. Select show advanced
  2. Add the browser title text
  3. Add the browser icon URL from an external site, supported image formats: ico, png, gif, jpeg and webp
  4. Add the CSS to the CSS field, if necessary drag the field bigger
  5. Click Update

After update the title, icon and CSS is instantly active.

Configure title, icon and CSS

CSS examples

Change background and add logo text.

body {
    background: #7c8391;

.brand-content-text {
    visibility: hidden;

.brand-content-text::before {
    color: #6ad54a;
    content: "Test logo";
    visibility: visible;

Configure background and add logo with CSS

It is also possible to use a logo image.

.brand-content-text {
    display: none;

.brand-content-icon::before {

Add a background image from an external site.

body {
    background: #FFF;
    background: url(;
    background-position: no-repeat center center fixed;
    background-color: inherit;
    background-repeat: no-repeat;

Configure background image

Change button and link color, in this example CSS to green.

label {
    color: #a4c700 !important;

.input:focus {
    outline: none !important;
    border:1px solid #a4c700;
    box-shadow: 0 0 10px #a4c700;

.btn-link, .btn-link:hover, a, a:hover {
    color: #a4c700;

.btn-primary.disabled, .btn-primary:disabled {
    color: #fff;
    background-color: #afc44f;
    border-color: #afc44f;

.btn-primary, .btn-primary:hover, .btn-primary:active, .btn-primary:focus, .btn-primary:active {
    background-color: #a4c700;
    border-color: #a4c700;

.btn-primary:not(:disabled):not(.disabled).active, .btn-primary:not(:disabled):not(.disabled):active, .show>.btn-primary.dropdown-toggle {
    background-color: #7c9600;
    border-color: #7c9600;

.btn-link:not(:disabled):not(.disabled):active, .btn-link:not(:disabled):not(.disabled).active, .show>.btn-link.dropdown-toggle {
    color: #a4c700;

.btn:focus, .form-control:focus {
    border-color: #a4c700;
    box-shadow: 0 0 0 .2rem rgba(64,78,0,.25);

.btn-primary:not(:disabled):not(.disabled).active:focus, .btn-primary:not(:disabled):not(.disabled):active:focus, .show>.btn-primary.dropdown-toggle:focus {
    box-shadow: 0 0 0 .2rem rgba(64,78,0,.25);

Add information to the login box. {
  font-weight: bold;
  font-style: italic;
  content: "Login with test user '[email protected]' or '[email protected]' and password 'TestAccess!'";

Configure login box with CSS