You can customise your Damstra Learning platform and user login page with your organisation’s branding.

Custom Web Address

A custom Damstra Learning web address (e.g. https://my-organisation.velpic.net) gives you a single login point for your Damstra Learning users that can be customised, branded, and styled for your organisation.

Damstra Learning web addresses can be set by the Owner of your account. These are shown by default the first time you login to the platform.

If you would like to change your web address after you've initially set it, please contact us at team@velpic.com.

Customising the look and feel of Damstra Learning

You can customise the user interface of your Damstra Learning account by:

  • Adding your logo
  • Adding a login background colour or image
  • Selecting custom colours

These options are available under Manage > Configuration > Platform.

When you set a logo for your organisation, it will appear in the following places:

  • On the login screen for your organisation's web address
  • On the top left header of the Damstra Learning application
  • On any certificates that are generated within Damstra Learning

To upload a logo:

  • Login as an Administrator or the account Owner.
  • Go to the Configuration > Platform.
  • Scroll to the User Interface section.
  • Select the logo from your computer to upload.
  • Save your changes.

Change the login background

You can customise the Damstra Learning login screen by replacing the standard background image with a unique colour or image.

To change the background:

  • Log in as an Administrator or account Owner.
  • Go to  Configuration > Platform.
  • Scroll to the User Interface section.
  • Select the background from your computer to upload or select a colour using the colour picker.
  • Save your changes.

Colour customisation

Once a logo and background have been selected, you can choose the colours for your Damstra Learning account. These colours are replaced throughout the Damstra Learning application as well as on the login page.

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