The Hosted FTP account administrator can add branding to the account at any time from the Setup > Branding page:
|Apply default settings||
Resets all branding to its initial HostedFTP default.
|Name||The name of the account. NOTE* Appear as the title in the web plugin by default.|
|Server||Enter the address to use (e.g. ftp.yourdomain.com) when connecting to your FTP site with an FTP client program. You will need to change your DNS settings to include a CNAME record pointing ftp.yourdomain.com to ftp.hostedftp.com|
|Change Email||Change the email address associated with the account. Also changes where notifications are sent.|
|Web Change||Enter the address to use (e.g. yourdomain) when connecting to your FTP site with a web browser. Users can now login at http://yourdomain.hostedftp.com. Links sent inside email notifications will also use your branded web address.|
|URL||The website specified here is displayed in a new browser when users click your logo.
NOTE: must include “https://” before the URL.
Header, Background, Link
|Change the color of the header, background and links by using 6 digit HEX color codes. Click here for help choosing the right color code.|
|Popup||Change the size and dimension of mail event pop-ups.|
|Logo||Add a logo to your account. The recommended logo size should be no bigger than 400 x 400 pixels but can be as big or small as you needed|
|Favicon||The favicon (short for favorites icon) is also known as a web site icon, shortcut icon, or bookmark icon. This is a small file, commonly 16 x 16 pixels, associated with a particular web site. Many browsers display the favicon in their address bar and next to page names in a list of bookmarks.|
|Signature||Create a signature to appear at the end of each message you send. This account level signature typically contains references to confidentiality, privacy, copyright policy and general contact information|