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Mulitsite comes with it's default layout which contains of the default
style definitions and the images used in the different pages.
There are different ways to customize the look of multisite. The easiest
and most common way would be to customize the stylesheets and images.
Multisite does not come with a template engine or similar - so it is not easy
to customize the gernerated HTML code without modifying the core code of
Multisite uses only one single stylesheet file. It is called check_mk.css
and can be found in the root directory of multisite /usr/share/check_mk/web/htdocs (OMD:
~/share/check_mk/web/htdocs to modify the file copy it to ~local/share/check_mk/web/htdocs/check_mk.css and customize it there).
The file is splitted in several sections separated by some figlet strings (the BIG titles).
Below these titles you should find some short hints which pages/elements of multisite are
affected by the single definitions.
||Used to visualize the event type on the Nagios logfile page
||Relief to show that a state is assumed on the BI aggregation pages
||Buttons to set the assumed state on the BI aggregation pages
||Close buttons of the snapins in the sidebar
||Used to delete a bookmark
||Used to edit a bookmark
|Buttons to move columns/groupbys up or down in the view editor
||Background image of the content frame (the right one)
|Contextlinks are used to link to views which belong to an equal context. e.g. a host view links to a view which shows all services of a host. The contextlinks are also used to navigate within WATO. When there are uncommited changes the "ChangeLog" link is shown as "_hot". the "_hi" images are shown on mouseover
||The favicon page displayed in modern browsers
||Background image in form tables and other special spaces. The image is fully transparent
||All these images are used in the icons column of services/hosts.
|Used for the reschedule button which is available for services/host which are using active checks. The reload_failed button is shown when some problem occured, the reloading image is shown while the ajax request is being processed.
||None of the icons in this directory is used by default. They can be used to display the hostextinfo or serviceextinfo icons of Nagios. If you like to use custom icons for the host-/serviceextinfo you have to place the icons in this directory.
||Used in the bookmark snapin to beautify the single links and folders.
||Placed on the right top of each content page which uses the regular page header
|Layout elements of the sidebar
||Image for the "add snapin" button in the sidebar
|Layout elements for the snapins
||Used e.g. in the view editor to display open/closed foldings. The single images are shown during the open/close animation when toggling a folded part of the webpage, for example a section in the view editor.
||Is used on the "Alert Statistics" page as background for the "problem" column. The color fades from yellow to red since the "problem" column summarizes WARNING and CRITICAL states.
||A semi transparent image to create a small shadow roud all the tables used on the multisite content pages.
||Indicator for the BI pages to show that a cached compiled aggregation is used.
||Indicator for all pages which use connections to livestatus if a persistent connection is used.