Customize the look and feel of your login page by adding a background color, logo, and right-side content. Customizing your login page with your company’s branding helps users recognize your page.
|Available in: both Salesforce Classic and Lightning Experience|
|Available in: Performance, Unlimited, Enterprise, Developer, Professional, and Group Editions.|
|To customize a login page:||“Customize Application”|
Setting Up a My Domain
(5:10 minutes. Login page branding starts at 2:43.)
From Setup, enter My Domain in the Quick Find box, then select My Domain.
Under Authentication Configuration, click Edit.
To customize your logo, upload an image.
Images can be .jpg, .gif, or .png files up to 100 KB. Maximum image size is 250px by 125px.
To customize your login page background, click the or enter a valid hexadecimal color code.
To support advanced authentication methods for iOS users, select Use the native browser for user authentication on iOS.
This iOS user authentication option is for users of Salesforce1 and Mobile SDK applications on iOS devices. It enables support of authentication methods, such as Kerberos, Windows NT LAN Manager (NTLM), or certificate-based authentication. When you select this option, users on iOS devices are redirected to their native browser when using single sign-on authentication into your custom domain. For other operating systems, Salesforce1 and applications using Mobile SDK version 3.1 or later can support certificate-based authentication when the applications are integrated with Mobile Device Management (MDM) software.
Enter the URL of the file to be included in the right-side iFrame on the login page.
The content in the right-side iFrame can resize to fill about 50% of the page. Your content must be hosted at a URL that uses SSL encryption and the https:// prefix. To build your own custom right-side iFrame content page using responsive web design, use the My Domain Sample
Optionally, select authentication services as identity providers on the login page, such as social sign-on providers like Google and Facebook. Users can then log in with their social account credentials. Configure authentication services as Auth. Providers in Setup.