[keycloak-user] Custom theme - modifying HTML files

Maciej Szewczykowski maciej.szewczykowski at pjmedia.co.uk
Fri Oct 2 06:16:25 EDT 2015


I'd like to create a custom admin theme which would contain some additional controls (buttons) which, when clicked, would redirect user to some external address.

Creating a theme itself is rather easy and well documented. The problem is that I can't seem to be able to modify the HTML page of my choice - in my case it is role-mappings.html page where the additional button should be placed. Modification of the page simply doesn't seem to take any effect (although page caching is switched off).

I'm using demo v. 1.4.0

Would be very grateful for any tips on how to achieve this.

Best Regards,
Maciej Szewczykowski

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