How To Modify The Rainloop Login Page

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As a frequent user of RainLoop, I have always appreciated its simplicity and user-friendly interface. However, I couldn’t help but wonder if there was a way to customize the login page to add my personal touch. After some research and experimentation, I discovered that it is indeed possible to modify the RainLoop login page to reflect my own style and preferences. In this article, I will guide you through the step-by-step process of modifying the RainLoop login page and share some personal touches and commentary along the way.

Step 1: Accessing the RainLoop Files

The first step in modifying the RainLoop login page is to gain access to the RainLoop files on your server. This typically involves using an FTP client or accessing your server through SSH. Once you have access to the server files, navigate to the RainLoop installation directory. This directory is usually located in the web root directory or a subdirectory within it.

Step 2: Locating the Login Page Template

Next, we need to locate the login page template file that we want to modify. In the RainLoop installation directory, navigate to the “rainloop” folder. Inside this folder, you will find a “templates” subfolder. Within the “templates” folder, look for a file named “login.html.”

Step 3: Making Modifications

Now comes the fun part – making modifications to the login page template. Open the “login.html” file using a text editor or a code editor of your choice. Here, you will find the HTML and CSS code that defines the structure and appearance of the login page.

You can start by modifying the existing elements, such as the logo, background color, or font styles, to reflect your personal preferences. For example, you can replace the default RainLoop logo with your own logo by replacing the image source URL.

If you want to go a step further and add more personalized touches, you can insert additional HTML elements, such as a custom header or a welcome message. With some basic knowledge of HTML and CSS, the possibilities are endless.

Step 4: Saving and Testing

After making the desired modifications to the login page template, save the changes and upload the modified “login.html” file back to its original location on the server. Once the file is uploaded, you can now test the changes by accessing the RainLoop login page in your web browser. You should see the modifications reflected in the login page.

Additional Tips

  • Make sure to keep a backup of the original login page template file in case you want to revert back to the default version.
  • Be cautious when making modifications to the login page template as any mistakes in the HTML or CSS code can break the layout or functionality of the page. Test the changes thoroughly before making them live.
  • Consider using CSS frameworks or libraries, such as Bootstrap, to simplify the process of customizing the login page and achieve a more professional and polished look.


Modifying the RainLoop login page allows you to add a personal touch to your email client and make it truly yours. By following the steps outlined in this article, you can easily customize the login page template to reflect your style and preferences. Whether it’s adding your own logo, changing the background color, or inserting custom elements, the possibilities are limited only by your creativity. So go ahead, give your RainLoop login page a makeover and make it a true reflection of your personality.