Applies To:Show Versions
- 11.5.10, 11.5.9, 11.5.8, 11.5.7, 11.5.6, 11.5.5, 11.5.4, 11.5.3, 11.5.2, 11.5.1
Overview: What is customization?
Customization allows you to provide users with a personalized experience for access policy screens, windows, and errors. Using the Customization tool, you can apply your organization's brand images and colors, change messages and errors for local languages, and change the layout of user pages and screens.
About the Customization tool
The Customization tool is an application that you start from the BIG-IP admin console. With the Customization tool, you can personalize screen messages and prompts, change screen layouts, colors, and images, and customize error and other messages to specific languages for policies and profiles used on BIG-IP Access Policy Manager.
Starting the Customization tool
About customization views and form factors
The Customization tool provides two views.
- Basic Customization (Quick Start)
This is the default customization view. Use this to configure basic look and feel for pages, and common text labels and captions for resources on the webtop.
- Advanced Customization (Advanced)
This is the advanced customization view that provides a tree structure for configuration elements, and more detailed methods to configure and customize objects.
The Advanced Customization view provides two form factors, which you can use to customize different access policy features.
- Full/Mobile browser
Use this mode to configure pages that are viewed in a web browser or on a mobile device.
- BIG-IP Edge Client
Use this mode to configure the appearance and messages that appear in the BIG-IP Edge Client for a platform or device.
In addition, for each form factor you can choose to customize Branding or Localization by selecting the tab at the top of the Form Factor column.
Customization controls the look of the user interface, such as fonts, images, colors, and general layout.
Customization provides personalization for the text and messages that appear for each language specified in an access profile.