The configuration options in Splunk to customize the login page are not sufficient? You want to use an arbitrary HTML page?
This static login page can be used to customize the login experience for Splunk (Tested with Enterprise 8.2.3):
To activate it, you have to copy this file to $SPLUNK_HOME/share/splunk/search_mrsparkle/exposed/login.html (it will be served by Splunk Web as a static file) and add the following entry to the settings stanza in the web....
Now that with Ext Core a light-weight version (just 25kB) of ExtJS has been released, I thought it’s time to build a nice example with it.
The result is something very useful that you can see in actually a lot of web sites: Display a info text inside of a input text field if it is empty and does not have the focus.
Here’s how it looks like:
To add this behaviour to a input field you just have to call this single line:...
To tribute the change a bit, I start with the problem of adding HTML code inside of a ExtJS container....