Customization and Branding

Our self-hosted status page offers extensive customization and branding options, allowing you to tailor the appearance and functionality of your status page to meet your specific needs. Here are the key customization categories available:

General

  • Header Title: Set the title displayed in the header of your status page, typically used to show your organization's name or brand.
  • Update Interval: Specify the interval (in minutes) for automatically refreshing the status page.
  • Timeout: Set the timeout (in seconds) for monitoring checks before considering a monitor as failed.
  • Monitors per Page: Determine the number of monitors displayed per page on the status page.
  • Newsfeed Position: Choose the position of the newsfeed section on the status page, either above or below the component status.

IP Version

  • V4: Specify the IPv4 version for displaying IP-related information on the status page.

Private Page

  • Private Page: Enable this option to restrict access to the status page only to authorized members. It prevents external access and ensures that only registered members can view the status page.

Autoupdater

  • Autoupdater: Activate this feature to keep your status page software up to date with the latest version automatically.

Newsletter

  • Newsletter: Enable or disable the option for visitors to subscribe to your status page newsletter.

SLA Display

  • SLA Display: Show or hide the Service Level Agreement (SLA) on the status page. This option allows you to provide transparency about your service level commitments.

SEO (Search Engine Optimization)

  • Title: Set the title metadata displayed in search engine results for your status page.
  • Robots: Specify the indexing and follow behavior for search engine crawlers.
  • Keywords: Define keywords associated with your status page for search engine optimization purposes.
  • Description: Provide a brief description of your status page for search engine results.
  • Open-Graph Title: Set the title displayed when sharing your status page on social media platforms.
  • Open-Graph Description: Define the description displayed when sharing your status page on social media platforms.
  • Twitter Title: Set the title displayed when sharing your status page on Twitter.
  • Twitter Site: Define the Twitter handle associated with your status page.
  • Twitter Creator: Specify the Twitter handle of the status page creator.
  • Twitter Description: Provide a brief description of your status page for Twitter.
  • Impressum: Specify the URL of the imprint or legal information page for your status page.
  • Datenschutzerkl√§rung: Set the URL of the privacy policy page for your status page.

AMC (Advanced Monitor Check)

  • Advanced Monitor Check: Configure advanced settings for monitor checks, such as the number of attempts and delay between checks.

Code

  • Style: Customize the appearance of your status page by adding custom CSS styles.
  • Script: Insert custom JavaScript code to add additional functionality or interactions to your status page.

These customization options empower you to create a tailored and branded status page that aligns with your organization's visual identity, legal requirements, and search engine optimization strategies.