Adding a Logo to your APEX login page

July 8, 2013 at 10:46 am | Posted in Oracle Developement | 5 Comments

To add a logo to your application’s login page is quite easy to do. I chose to place the company logo into the Login region, where the username and password fields are. To do this I edited the Login region on my login page (101). In the Attributes region is a place to put a Region Image. There I placed the reference to my company logo, which I had previously added to the images in the application’s shared components.

When I ran the page, I noticed that the image was a little too high for my taste.

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I decided to add a top margin to push it down a bit. Using Firebug, I located the image and added a margin attribute, and played with the values until I had it in the right spot.

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I made a note of the margin setting, and added it to the Image Tag Attributes of the Login region of page 101.

logo_attributes

 

The final result shows the company logo in the right place in the login region.

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  1. Reblogged this on EasyOraDBA | Shadab Mohammad.

  2. Hi, I am trying to place image in background on login page. with your example i could see only in login form but i would like to place the image as background. Your help is highly appreciated. I am using oracle Apex 5 and i am new.

  3. Please provide step by step if possible.

    • We are able to see image only inside the form, If i want as background, then what all should i need to do.However, thanks a lot for your guidance.

      I am new to Oracle Apex, Basically i am Database Architect with strong PL/SQL knowledge, Thought to learn Apex and do slowly move into ADF and MAF. Could you please suggest the path what i have choose is correct or something more need to learn before getting involve.

      Your suggestions and guidance is highly appreciated.

      Regards
      Satish Vemuri


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