It seems that a landing page and a logoff page are big requests so I'll make sure that's near the top of our feature list.
That is odd that you aren't seeing changes immediately. You might try holding down
Control when you click release to force a cache clear. That's the only thing I can think of that might make a difference.
You can edit the
Default.aspx and you are correct: that is something you would not be able to do from the Control Room - you'd edit that file directly with a text editor (such as Notepad). This is actually the approach I'd suggest:
Default.aspx file and remove the two references to the
ProgramBanner control (the line that registers the control and the line that references it). This is the part that chooses which banner image to display and inserts the
<img> tag to display it.
Next, edit the
Controls/PublicProgramView.ascx file. This file contains the code to display all that text that is set in the Control Room on the per-program basis as well as the logic as to whether or not to show the register and login buttons or show the "program isn't open" or "program is already over" text. By editing it here instead of in
Default.aspx you can continue to rely on that logic to work correctly. As long as you leave the
<asp:Panel> tags intact the code should show or hide them as is relevant.
I realize these files are probably a little complex if you aren't used to ASP.NET Web Forms, feel free to PM or email me if you'd like some specific help on editing the files to look a certain way or act a certain way, I am happy to help. If you have any questions, don't hesitate to ask!