Brand classic BriteCore

Classic BriteCore can be modified to reflect a company’s branding by adding a favicon (a small image, usually a logo, that is associated with a domain), customizing BriteCore emails, and applying a custom typeface.

Add a custom favicon

Clients can display a custom favicon on browser tabs.

Note: If no custom favicon is specified, the default favicon is the BriteCore logo.

To enable a custom favicon:

Note: A BriteCore site administrator must complete the following steps.

  1. Run the wizard with the client’s chosen image (in a square aspect ratio).
  2. Upload the resulting icons to the client site’s AWS assets folder.
  3. Add the HTML generated by the favicon generator, updating the href attributes as necessary to point to the icon.

Customize BriteCore emails

BriteCore sends various emails related to policies and claims to external users, such as agents, adjusters, and insureds. Emails can be branded with a carrier’s name as it appears in BriteCore.

Customize sender emails

BriteCore sends out all emails from admin@britecore.com, which allows clients to customize the sender.

Example: clientname@clientname.com.

To customize sender emails:

  1. In the BriteCore menu, select Settings.
  2. In the Settings menu, select Advanced.
  3. On the Advanced Settings screen, in the Search for a Setting box, type primary-sender, and then select Search or press Enter/Return on your keyboard.
  4. In the primary-sender box, in the Setting Value box, type the sender’s email address.

Apply a custom typeface

Clients can theme BriteCore with custom typefaces by:

  • Preparing to add a font.
  • Adding the font as a custom typeface.

To prepare to add a font:

  1. Using a font tool like Google Fonts, choose a font.
  2. Create or amend the client’s custom variables CSS stylesheet.

To add the font as a custom typeface:

  1. In the BriteCore menu, select Settings.
  2. In the Settings menu, select Advanced.
  3. On the Advanced Settings screen, in the Search for a Setting box, type custom-typeface, and then select Search or press Enter/Return on your keyboard.
  4. In the custom-typeface box, select Edit HTML.
  5. In the Edit HTML box, in the text editor, paste the new font’s CSS style sheet.
    Example: View the Pacifico font CSS stylesheet.
  6. Select Save Changes.