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In the portal, it's the image that you put in the top banner. It says portal icon in the properties. We want to make it a clickable link similar to the 'Powered by Information Builders' text on the Webfocus BI Portal.
In App Studio's HTML composer, Insert the logo or image you want to use flush to the top left corner of the page. Click Requests & Data Sources and create a URL request with the url you'd like to open when user clicks the image. Click Tasks and Animations and add a task that'll call the request you created above when the image is clicked.
When you run this html, you'll get a clickable image which goes to the url. To add this to the Portal. Edit Portal. Remove the image (if you already have one). Insert a Panel Container into the Banner and have it launch the html file you created above. Also, Hide Title Bar for this panel. Now all you have is the logo that will let you hyperlink to the url.This message has been edited. Last edited by: BabakNYC,
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