[keycloak-user] Customize Themes by Client
josh.cain at redhat.com
Thu Jul 28 14:24:18 EDT 2016
Thanks for the link! Wasn't on this list when it was discussed. So if I
understand the thread correctly:
- This feature has already been given a 'No' response by the Keycloak
- Best way to implement client-specific theme functionality, as per the
thread, is to use the client variable + conditionals in the template to
change how a page renders.
I'm a bit disappointed - I also have this requirement. Don't want to go
back through and re-hash the reasons why (most were already covered on the
previous thread), but a client config for a theme would be immensely
As a side note, I'll be doing the work to either a) provide a mechanism for
clients to arbitrarily theme the login template, or b) allow clients to
select a login theme in Keycloak proper. I'd much prefer b), but it looks
like a) might be my only option...
Josh Cain | Software Applications Engineer
*Identity and Access Management*
On Thu, Jul 28, 2016 at 11:36 AM, Bruno Oliveira <bruno at abstractj.org>
> Hi Josh, there was a discussion about it here.
>  -
> On 2016-07-28, Josh Cain wrote:
> > Hi All,
> > I've got some SP's that want the ability to customize the look/feel of
> > login page. Couldn't find anything on the docs/jira site, but was
> > as to whether:
> > - Keycloak currently supports login themes by client
> > - If not, would the team be open to such a feature?
> > Josh Cain | Software Applications Engineer
> > *Identity and Access Management*
> > *Red Hat*
> > +1 843-737-1735
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