Here you can add your trademark, corporate identity, symbols and contact info when reselling our products. Your company branding will be displayed in the client control panels instead of the Gcore one.
To set up branding, go to the "Branding settings" tab in the "Vendor settings" section.
Enter the top level domain into the "Base control panel domain" field. It will be used to generate the service subdomains.
For example, if you specify "mycompany.com", your services will be available at "auth.mycompany.com", "cdn.mycompany.com", "accounts.mycompany.com".
Important! To avoid issues with the control panel, we don't recommend making changes in the field.
For more details about the "Base control panel domain" field, refer to How to set up control panel services URLs.
Enter your brand name. It will be displayed in the title tag of the page’s tab, in the “Help” menu > “Website”, on the Welcome page, in the body of email notifications, and in the sender's name.
Configure the languages that will be available for your clients in the control panel
This option configures the logo on the user sign-in page: https://auth.gcore.com/login/signin
The setting configures the logo in the service column and on the user sign-in page: https://auth.gcore.com/login/signin
Please note: Your image must be: smaller than 4 MB, SVG (recommended)/PNG/JPG file. The maximum allowed resolution is 75 x 40px.
The setting configures the color of icons and service names in the navigation menu in the control panel.
This configures the favicon.
Please note: Your image must be: ICO file, 16 x 16 pixels.
This configures the color of hovered menu items and links in the control panel and on the sign-in page.
Customer support tools include the phone number and email address of technical support, as well as links to the Status Page that informs about incidents and maintenance, the company's website, Knowledge Base and API documentation, and chat with the Gcore technical support.
All tools, except for the chat, are available in the client control panel in the "Help" section.
If the chat option is activated, it is shown as a pop-up widget in the client control panel.
By default, when the "Branding settings" are not activated, the client control panel shows links, email address, and phone number of the Gcore technical support.
This setting allows displaying the phone number of your technical support.
The setting allows displaying the email address of your technical support.
Here you can enter an email address to receive notifications about status updates of deletion requests. We will automatically send you emails about three events: a client sends the request, the request is canceled, and the account is deleted.
To receive emails, turn on the "Email for deletion request" toggle and enter your email address into the field. If you want the emails to be sent to multiple email addresses, add them with the "+" button. Don't forget to save the changes at the bottom of the page.
The setting allows displaying the link to your legal documents.
The "Link to website" setting allows displaying the link to your website.
The setting allows displaying links to your API documentation.
The setting allows displaying a link to your Knowledge Base
The setting allows displaying a link to your Status Page.
The setting allows your clients to contact Gcore technical support via a chat in their control panel. If the chat option is activated, it is shown as a pop-up widget in the client control panel.
The setting allows your clients to create additional accounts.
If it is activated, your clients can create additional accounts from their control panels.
This setting allows your clients to receive automatic event notifications about the service they use. For example:
By default, your clients receive emails sent via a Gcore mail provider from email@example.com. If it is ok for you, you do not need to configure anything.
If you want to send automatic emails from another email address, specify your SMTP server and the address from which the emails should be sent. To do this:
1. Open "Branding settings" and make sure the "Base control panel domain" field is filled in. If not, emails will not be sent.
2. Go to the "SMTP Provider Settings" tab and enable the "Email for service emails" option.
You will see the page with SMTP settings that need to be configured.
3. Enter the email address that you want to use to send automatic emails to your clients. It will be displayed in the "From" field in emails.
4. Enter the domain of your SMTP server such as smtp.serveraddress.com, or specify its IP address.
5. Enter the port that your SMTP server uses. Please note: port 25 is commonly abused to send spam, so some ISPs block this port. If so, some clients may not get your emails via port 25. We recommend using port 465 or 587.
6. Check the "TLS" box if this security protocol for email encryption is enabled on your SMTP server.
7. Enter your username and password of your SMTP server.
8. Save the changes.
To make sure that everything is configured properly, send yourself a test email by clicking the "Send test email" button. The email will be sent to your account's primary email address.
If the DNS service is available for your clients, you can set the values of your primary name server, secondary name server, and email address that will be used to generate SOA records. This information will be displayed in the client's control panel when they add a domain name for the DNS zone.
By default, we show Gcore primary and secondary name servers and Gcore email address.
In your admin panel it is possible to set which products available to you are also visible to your clients.
There are two levels of visibility: global (or default) and personal.
In the settings of global visibility is set the visibility of services for all your clients.
In the settings of personal visibility you can enable or disable the visibility of services for a particular client. The visibility statuses of personally configured products will not be available for changes from the global visibility settings.
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